On the 13th, Democratic Party lawmaker Ko Min-jung, a former KBS announcer, said, “I graduated from Kyunghee University’s Suwon campus, which was a branch school at the time, but thanks to this system (blind recruitment), I came to this position.” We ask for their joint initiative,” he said.
This afternoon, Senator Koh Facebook He said this while revealing the plan to propose the ‘Public Institutions Fair Recruitment Act’ to legislate blind recruitment through the article.
He said, “Everyone must be busy with the elections, but I made the ‘Public Institutions Fair Recruitment Act Enactment’ so that young people can take the ‘blind test’ that erased their school. I am saving more than anyone else,” he emphasized.
He continued, “Under the Moon Jae-in administration, public institutions have been implementing it and its effectiveness has been proven.” We are trying to legislate this good system so that it does not retreat,” he said.
“A lot of lawmakers have readily joined the joint initiative, and it’s ongoing,” said Koh. “Of course, this bill is the first step. This is because it has to spread not only to public institutions, but also to private companies. I will open the door to that,” he said.
He continued, “The martyr Jeon Tae-il dedicated his life to attaining the right to comply with the Labor Standards Act,” he said.
He added, “We will solidify the currently ongoing blind recruitment of public institutions and prepare measures to spread it to private companies.”
Rep. Ko joined KBS in 2004 as an announcer for the 30th open recruitment. After working in various programs, he resigned in 2017 and joined the Moon Jae-in Democratic presidential primary candidate camp and served as a spokesperson. After the inauguration of the Moon Jae-in government in the same year, he served as a deputy spokesperson and spokesperson for the Blue House.
Then, in the 21st general election held in 2020, he ran for Gwangjin-gu, Seoul, and was elected by defeating the current Seoul Mayor Oh Se-hoon.
Reporter Jeong Yeon-joo [email protected]
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