Democracy visits the President’s Office to protest the exercise of the right to veto the Nursing Act… To hold a condemnation conference|The Dong-A Ilbo

Park Kwang-on, the floor leader of the Democratic Party of Korea, speaks at the parliamentary countermeasures meeting held at the National Assembly in Yeouido, Seoul on the morning of the 16th. 2023.5.16/News 1
The Democratic Party of Korea decided to visit the President’s Office to protest against President Yoon Seok-yeol’s exercise of the right to request reconsideration (veto) on the 16th, led by the opposition party, against the enactment of the Nursing Act passed by the National Assembly.

The Democratic Party will hold a press conference in front of the Yongsan Presidential Office at 11:20 am on the same day to denounce the president’s decision to veto the Nursing Act.

The press conference will be attended by Policy Committee Chairman Kim Min-seok, Wonho Senior Vice President Song Ki-heon, Nam In-soon, Jeon Hye-sook, Jung Chun-sook, Kang Seon-woo, Ko Young-in, Kang Hoon-sik, Lee Byeong-hoon, Choi Jong-yoon, Seo Young-seok, and Yoon Jun-byeong.

Previously, floor leader Park Kwang-on said to President Yoon at the in-house countermeasures meeting this morning, “The role of the government and ruling party is to create social consensus through mediation and mediation of conflicts, not to promote division.” Beyond denying it, farmers, workers, nurses, doctors, and even nursing assistants divide the people and aggravate social chaos,” he pointed out.

He also said, “If this is the case, it will be difficult for the people who have to endure (President Yoon’s) remaining four years (term) to have hope with a comfortable mind.” will block more,” he warned.

Chairman Kim also emphasized, “The right to veto must have at least a logic, but they are only driving it with the right to veto while lying even below common sense.” .

In-house spokesman Kim Han-kyu met with reporters after the meeting and said, “The Democratic Party’s clear position is to ask for the original plan to be promulgated.”

Meanwhile, President Yoon presided over the 20th cabinet meeting at the Presidential Office in Yongsan on the morning of the same day and said, “The Nursing Bill is causing excessive conflict between related positions, and the de-medical institutionalization of nursing work is causing public anxiety about health.” Criticized. Subsequently, as an agenda for the State Council, the ‘Nursing Act veto’ was proposed and resolved. Following the amendment to the Grain Management Act on the 4th of last month, it is the exercise of the ‘right to veto bill No. 2’.

(Seoul = News 1)

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