檢 In response to the legislative objection to ‘complete inspection’… Democracy “Is the National Assembly funny?”

While the prosecution was collectively opposed to the legislative push for ‘completely stripping the prosecution’s investigative powers’, the Democratic Party of Korea also criticized the prosecution on the weekend, the 9th, and emphasized the legitimacy of the separation of the prosecution and investigation powers.

It seems to be strengthening the public opinion battle ahead of the policy council meeting (12th), which will decide the party’s opinion on the handling of related bills.

In a written briefing on the same day, spokesperson Hong Seo-yoon said, “Does the legislature, the representative body of the people, look ridiculous that the era of the prosecutor-general president has arrived?

He pointed out, “It is also different from the past attitude that[the prosecution]accepted the first prosecution reform,” he said.

He also criticized Prosecutor General Kim Oh-soo, saying, “The prosecutor-general will take the lead and hold a meeting of the chief prosecutors and then a meeting of the chief prosecutors nationwide (the 11th), saying that the entire organization will take collective action.”

Spokesperson Hong said, “I am deeply concerned that the prosecution may mistakenly believe that it can rule over the National Assembly.”

At a briefing the day before, floor spokesperson Lee Su-jin criticized, “The prosecution must first think about how to cut out the ‘rotten flesh’ of its vested interests.”

The Democratic Party emphasized that even with regard to the ‘Judicial Committee’s appointment’, which triggered a collective protest by the prosecution, “This new appointment is a normalization of the abnormal composition of the Judicial Committee and the Legislative Committee due to changes in party membership, etc.”

In a separate briefing, floor spokesperson Oh Young-hwan criticized the protest visit to the office of National Assembly Speaker Park Byeong-seok as a “political show,” arguing that the people’s power is a sabotage and that it is a preliminary suspension work to enforce the ‘examination and banishment’.

He continued, “There is a precedent for the People’s Power of several times when an independent lawmaker and an independent member of the council were appointed. Is it illegal for the Democrats to do it?” he scolded.

Individual lawmakers also encouraged the separation of investigative powers through social media.

Rep. Hwang Un-ha on Facebook said, “Even if the abolition of the leisure ministry becomes an issue, I have not heard of public officials in the leisure department protesting collectively. It is a scene that paradoxically explains why reform is so urgent.”

He continued, “The current status of the prosecution is an undisputed authority. Although it advocated eradicating evil, it has become an axis of evil. The government should not tolerate disruption of public service discipline by applying a strict code of ethics for public officials to the collective actions of the prosecution,” he said. no,” he asserted.

The former police officer also disclosed the contents of a letter he recently sent to fellow lawmakers, suggesting that he prepare a supplementary measure after handling the law to delete the basis for the ‘right to direct investigation by the prosecution’.

Lawmaker Choi Ki-sang, a former judge, also said on Facebook, “The reference to ‘prosecutor’ in our constitution is only about ‘warrant’. Prosecutors should be faithful to the warrant request and prosecution, not investigation. emphasized

Rep. Jo Jung-sik, who held a ‘one-man protest demanding prosecution reform’ in front of the Supreme Prosecutor’s Office the day before, said on SNS, “The act of openly protesting the policies of the Moon Jae-in administration and the ruling party will be recorded as a history of mistreatment by the prosecution. He showed his teeth.”

Rep. Ahn Min-seok on Facebook said, “The Democratic Party must take full action before May 9 (ahead of the inauguration of the Yoon Seok-yeol government), so that the prosecution can normalize law. of the rhetoric,” he said, urging for an expeditious enforcement action.

On the same day, Rep. Ko Min-jung posted on social media the legal statement of former Chairman of the Roh Moo-hyung Foundation, Yoo Si-min, who was handed over to trial on charges of defamation of Han Dong-hoon, vice president of the Judicial Research and Training Institute, under the title of ‘Defendant #Liu Si-min’s final statement in court’.

There was no other explanation, but it seems to be an intention to criticize the prosecution, who requested a prison sentence for former Chairman Yoo while acquitting the ‘suspect of collusion with the prosecution’ of Han.

Union>

[ⓒ 세계일보 & Segye.com, 무단전재 및 재배포 금지]


Source: 세계일보 by www.segye.com.

*The article has been translated based on the content of 세계일보 by www.segye.com. If there is any problem regarding the content, copyright, please leave a report below the article. We will try to process as quickly as possible to protect the rights of the author. Thank you very much!

*We just want readers to access information more quickly and easily with other multilingual content, instead of information only available in a certain language.

*We always respect the copyright of the content of the author and always include the original link of the source article.If the author disagrees, just leave the report below the article, the article will be edited or deleted at the request of the author. Thanks very much! Best regards!