The People’s Power and the Democratic Party of Korea are in strong clash over the fact that the Board of Audit and Inspection notified former President Moon Jae-in of a written investigation into the ‘Attack of a Public Official in the West Sea’, and the ex-President Moon was furious and refused to investigate.
At a press conference on the 3rd, Democratic Party lawmaker Yoon Geon-young, who served as the head of the Office of National Affairs at the Blue House, said, “On the 30th of last month, I reported to former President Moon on a written investigation by the Board of Audit and Inspection.” He said that he expressed his displeasure.
According to Rep. Yoon, the Board of Audit and Inspection called the Secretariat of Pyeongsa Village on the 28th of last month and requested a written investigation, and the Secretariat requested confirmation of exactly what the Board of Audit and Inspection was trying to investigate, and expressed its intention to refuse to receive the questionnaire.
On the same day, the Board of Audit and Inspection sent an email to former President Moon Jae-in again to the secretary’s office, requesting a written investigation into the investigation into the murder of a public official in the West Sea. The secretary’s office returned the email on the 30th, two days after receiving it.
Lee Jae-myung “Like a dictatorship… A government of terror with ejaculation power”
Park Hong-geun “Aimed at Moon Jae-in to turn the diplomatic disaster, and the Board of Audit and Inspection will be behind”
The Democratic Party protested that the Yun Seok-yeol administration was using the North Wind with former President Moon Jae-in to change the course of the travel diplomacy controversy.
Lee Jae-myung, chairman of the Democratic Party of Korea, criticized at a general meeting of the National Assembly on the morning of the 4th, saying, “The political repression aimed directly at former President Moon Jae-in is becoming outspoken.” did.
He also said, “Like a dictatorship that trampled on its rivals with a gun to protect the people, it has entered into a government of terror with the power to protect justice.”
“I strongly warn the Yun Seok-yeol government. Those in power should fear the people and history. “I hope you will look back on the past history to see what the past governments ended up with when they abused the powers granted by the people for personal gain,” he said.
“Even if it seems like it will last forever, power is finite. Don’t forget that the blade you wield now will eventually return to you,” he said. It is read as a criticism of using former President Moon to change the course of the diplomatic tour controversy.
Park Hong-geun, floor leader of the Democratic Party of Korea, also said, “The tip of the Board of Audit and Inspection, which admitted that he was a loyal hunting dog of the Yun Seok-yeol administration, eventually aimed at former President Moon Jae-in.”
Park said, “At this point in time when we are in a corner due to controversy over abusive diplomacy, skipping other investigations and abruptly notifying the former president of the investigation in writing is an obvious political repression that would not be possible without a background who tolerated and encouraged it,” said Park. They even aimed at former President Moon Jae-in in an attempt to change the state of the catastrophe caused by the diplomatic line.”
Joo Ho-young “Is it rude? Are you asking for recognition of ex-presidential privileges?”
The People’s Power counterattacked Moon’s response to the Board of Audit and Inspection’s notice of a written investigation as “disrespectful”, saying, “Are you asking for recognition of the ex-president’s privileges?”
Joo Ho-young, floor leader of the People’s Power, said at a meeting of the National Assembly on the morning of the same day, “Ex-President Moon Jae-in expressed displeasure with the written investigation by the Board of Audit and Inspection and returned the questionnaire itself.” It is like recognizing the privileged class as president.”
Minority Leader Joo said, “Just because I’m a former president, I can’t have any privileges, and I think it’s natural to respond (to the Board of Audit and Inspection).” “All Koreans are equal before the law.”
He also said, “If there is no problem, you can say whatever you want and answer it, but I don’t know why you are overreacting like that.” “I can’t help but ask if the former President Moon Jae-in is asking if he wants to recognize the privilege of ‘ex-president Moon Jae-in,’” he pointed out.
Even after meeting with reporters after the meeting, floor leader Joo said, “(Ex-President Moon) said in the past, ‘Ex-President Park Geun-hye should be investigated and treated as a suspect.’ But why is it that (the audit committee investigation) is rude?”
Seong Il-jong, chairman of the People’s Power Policy Committee, also said, “For what reason did former President Moon Jae-in process the e-mail of the Board of Audit and Inspection to bounce back? It is unimaginable for ordinary people to respond to an investigation by the Board of Audit and Inspection like this,” he said.
He said, “Korea is a country that impeaches even the incumbent president.” “Is only former President Moon Jae-in a sanctuary? Aren’t he ashamed as a person who has served as president?” He urged, “If you are proud as a former president, please take part in the investigation of the Board of Audit and Inspection confidently.”