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Must-have for rejecting Park Jin’s dismissal plan… national sentiment storm eve

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The first National Inspectorate of the Yun government from the 4th… Diplomatic disaster, slang battle seems to be hot

Over-defense National Inspectorate ‘MBC Subtitle Manipulation’ and ‘Attempt to Take Control of Broadcasting’ Collision Expected

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overcast parliament A dark cloud is formed over the National Assembly building on the 2nd, two days before the Yoon Seok-yeol administration’s first parliamentary audit. yunhap news

The confrontation between the ruling and opposition parties is escalating as President Yoon Seok-yeol did not accept the proposal for the dismissal of Foreign Minister Park Jin, which was handled by the Democratic Party alone. The confrontation between the ruling and opposition parties is expected to escalate in the first national audit of the Yun Seok-yeol administration, which begins on the 4th.

Park Hong-geun, floor leader of the Democratic Party, said in a social networking service (SNS) on the 1st, “I hope that President Yoon’s refusal to accept the proposal for dismissal of Minister Park will be released from ego and apologize to the public and accept the proposal.” He stood up to Minister Park and said, “It is the duty of the people to resign voluntarily.”

Park Seong-joon, spokesperson for the Democratic Party, said on the 2nd that the People’s Power accusations against MBC, which first reported President Yoon’s ‘this XX’ remarks, was “international disgrace”. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) announced on the 30th of last month that “the accusation against MBC is a typical case of intimidating the press and infringing on freedom of the press.” Yang Geum-hee, senior spokesperson for the People’s Power, said in a commentary, “Rather than apologize and reflect on the suspicion of collusion, the Democratic Party unilaterally passed a proposal for dismissal with the power of a large seat, trying to shift responsibility for the diplomatic controversy to the government.” Apologize to the people.”

The strife, which started with President Yoon’s use of profanity, has continued for the 11th day from the 22nd of last month. The first inspection of the government since the inauguration of the Yun Seok-yeol administration will be held from the 4th, but the National Inspectorate is also expected to be covered in controversies such as the investigation into the truth of the ‘diplomatic disaster’ and the cost of relocating the presidential office.

The Democratic Party is clamoring for responsibility for the ‘diplomatic disaster’ at the National Assembly Foreign Affairs and Unification Committee’s foreign affairs inspection to be held on the first day of the inspection. In the party, the ‘Yoon Seok-Yeol Administration’s Foreign Affairs Disasters and Lies Countermeasure Committee’ was also established. The power of the people seems to be attacking the Democratic Party for pushing the proposal for dismissal of Minister Park with the deterrent frame of a diplomatic disaster.

The National Assembly’s Science, Technology, Information, Broadcasting and Communications Committee is also expected to be a hot potato. On the 13th, the National Inspection of the Broadcasting Culture Promotion Association, a major shareholder of MBC, will be held, and on the 14th, it will visit MBC to receive a private business report. People’s Power claims that MBC, which first reported President Yoon’s ‘This XX’ remarks, manipulated the subtitles. The Democratic Party plans to counterattack, saying that the government and the ruling party have begun an attempt to take control of the broadcast, seeing this as media oppression.

The ruling and opposition parties are likely to clash fiercely in the National Assembly’s steering committee’s presidential office. The Democratic Party is demanding that Kim Seong-han, head of the National Security Office, Kim Tae-hyo, first deputy head of the National Security Office, and Kim Eun-hye, senior public relations chief, be fired for responsibility for the “diplomatic disaster.” The controversy over the cost of relocating the presidential office is also planned to be intensively investigated.

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