On the 25th, Yoon Seok-yeol, the presidential candidate for People’s Strength, appointed an additional election committee, saying, “It is difficult for the election campaign to be delayed further. It is a situation where you have to run while saving every minute and every second. Kim Jong-in, who was expected to serve as the general election chairman, will not join for now.
Candidate Yoon confirmed the appointment of the head of the six divisions at the party’s Supreme Committee meeting held at the National Assembly, saying, “I will start a long journey for overwhelming regime change.” Former Jeju Governor Won Hee-ryong as the head of the policy department, Ho-young Joo as the head of the organization, Seong-tae Kim as the head of the functional department, Jun-seok Lee as the head of the public relations and media division, Rep. . The Committee for Companionship with the Underprivileged is chaired by Candidate Yoon himself.
The public affairs work is overseen by Cho Su-jin, the chief of staff, as the head of the public affairs department. Park Jeong-ha, who served as a spokesperson for the Blue House during the Lee Myung-bak administration, was appointed as the head of the public affairs office. The spokesperson for the predecessor committee was also reinforced, with the addition of members Jeon Joo-hye and Kim Eun-hye, Kim Byung-min, former non-commissioned member, and former SBS editorial member Won Il-hee.
As if considering the noise caused by Kim’s failure to join and the criticism that there are no new people in sight, Candidate Yoon said, “Rather than finalizing and announcing the composition of the predecessor committee at once, it is important to first consider It was set up first,” he explained. When asked about the possibility of Kim Jong-un’s additional joining, Candidate Yoon said, “It is preferable not to talk about Dr. Kim further.”
Regarding the future appointment and direction of the additional election committee, Candidate Yoon said, “I will show you a different side from the Democratic Party of Korea through an image that encompasses moderate and rational progress. “He said.
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