與 opens a standing national committee to stipulate a ‘customized emergency situation’

The People’s Power will hold a standing national committee on the 2nd and start work on ‘reorganization’ of the party constitution to introduce a new emergency response committee. When the party decided to suspend the duties of Chairman Joo, saying that the court could not accept the “emergency situation” that the party put forward as the basis for the launch of the “non-captain Joo Ho-young,” it intends to launch a new non-captain after specifying the “emergency situation” requirements. In effect, it will create a ‘customized emergency’ requirement. If this method is also blocked by additional injunction decisions in the future, there is a risk that the passport leadership vacancy will be ‘helpless’.

The Standing National Committee of the Party held a meeting on the same day and deliberated on the amendment to Article 96 (1) of the Party Constitution, which was ratified by the general meeting of the National Assembly on the 30th. The current regulations make the requirement to introduce non-substitutes ‘in case of emergency, such as the vacancy of the party leader or the loss of the function of the Supreme Council’. This rule was also introduced when the party launched the ‘Secretary of Captain Joo Ho-young’. However, the court judged that it was difficult to see the party as an ’emergency’ even if the current regulations were followed, so the duties of Chairman Joo were suspended by citing part of Lee Jun-seok’s application for an injunction.

People’s Power Floor Leader Kwon Seong-dong attends the 6th Standing National Committee held at the National Assembly Hall on the 2nd to vote on amendments to the party constitution and bylaws. Parliamentary photojournalists

Accordingly, the party plans to pave the way for the introduction of a new non-captain by stipulating the requirement for an ’emergency situation’ as ‘at least 4 out of 5 elected members resign.’

However, there are many voices opposing the introduction of the non-captain, centering on middle-level lawmakers. Rep. Ahn Cheol-soo’s position was that a ‘write-in vote’ was required for the initial ‘applause resolution’ at the National Assembly for the introduction of a new non-captain. The procedure was ‘undemocratic’. He advocates for the party to be run as the highest-ranking system in respect of court decisions. In particular, Rep. Seo Byung-su resigned as chairman of the National Committee on the 31st, saying, “I will keep my convictions.” In addition, lawmakers Jo Kyung-tae, Yoon Sang-hyeon, Ui-dong, and Ha Tae-kyung oppose the amendment of the party constitution that stipulates a ‘customized emergency situation’, but it is known that the initial and re-elected members who occupy a majority within the party are strong in their will to pursue it.

There are those who oppose the promotion of the new non-captain and remain silent. The officials said they are very concerned about the fact that the People’s Power, a conservative party, emphasizes dissatisfaction by mentioning the hometown and inclination of the judge in charge, rather than respecting the judgment of the court. It is a matter of undermining the identity of the party itself.

In particular, it is pointed out that trying to launch a new non-captain through constitutional revision is an irrational number that corresponds to ‘retroactive legislation’. In the end, there is also an analysis that they are going to a new non-captain system to prevent Lee from returning. In fact, the party announced that with the launch of ‘Secretary Ho-Young Joo’, former Chairman Lee was ‘automatically dismissed’. However, Assemblyman Seo interpreted the suspension of the duties of the chairperson as “the non-commissioned chairperson is also invalid, and the non-commissioned members recommended and appointed by the non-commissioned chairperson are also invalid.” Because of this, there are different interpretations as to whether former CEO Lee was really fired.

People’s Power Acting National Committee Chairman Yoon Doo-hyeon speaks at the 6th Standing National Committee held at the National Assembly Hall on the 2nd to vote on amendments to the Party Constitution and Party Bylaws. Parliamentary photojournalists

The party plans to break through the front. Following the standing national committee on this day, the national committee will hold a national committee meeting on the 5th to decide on the amendment, and a new non-captain will be launched on the 8th.

Reporter Bae Min-young [email protected]

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