The Democratic Party seething with “anti-state forces”… ‘Impeachment’ preview remarks

In the midst of controversy when President Yoon Seok-yeol referred to the Moon Jae-in government as virtually an “anti-state force,” the Democratic Party of Korea responded. The Democratic Party criticized President Yoon’s perception that it was dangerous, saying that unification, diplomacy and security should not be made political disputes. Some within the party also made remarks suggesting the impeachment of President Yoon.

Members of the National Assembly from the Blue House of the Moon Jae-in administration held a press conference at the National Assembly Communication Center in Yeouido, Seoul on the 29th and said, “President Yoon Seok-yeol argued that the previous government was an ‘anti-state force’. President Yoon Seok-yeol must immediately apologize to the public.”

Representatives such as Go Min-jeong, Kim Seung-won, Kim Young-bae, Kim Eui-gyeom, Kim Han-kyu, Moon Jeong-bok, Min Hyung-bae, Park Sang-hyuk, Park Young-soon, Shin Jeong-hoon, Yoon Gun-yeong, Yoon Young-deok, Yoon Young-chan, Lee Yong-sun, Lee Won-taek, Lee Jang-seop, Jeong Tae-ho, Jin Seong-jun, Choi Kang-wook, Han Byeong-do, Han Jun-ho, etc. raised

On the 28th, President Yoon attended the founding ceremony of the conservative group, the Korea Freedom Federation, and said, “Anti-state forces appealed for the UN Security Council sanctions to be lifted against the North Korean communist group that is advancing its nuclear armament, and sang the declaration of the end of the war to dismantle the UN Command.” “It was a chorus to declare the end of the war to prevent the automatic operation of the UNC and its forces if North Korea invades again,” he said. This passage can be interpreted to the effect that the purpose of the declaration of the end of the war was to tolerate North Korean aggression.

Democrats strongly objected. Members of the National먹튀검증 Assembly from the Blue House in the Moon administration said, “President Yoon’s remarks are vulgar remarks that could only be made by the representative of an extreme right-wing conservative group. He criticized that he had declared war that he would lead the remaining four years as the president of only the far-right conservatives.”

There were also remarks suggesting the impeachment of President Yoon. Min Hyeong-bae, a member of the Democratic Party, met with reporters after the press conference and said, “If this kind of reckless behavior continues, the voice of the people will grow, and then we will have to add strength to that voice and point out the points that are not appropriate for the presidency and ponder.” Afterward, when asked, “Is this impeachment impeachment?”, Rep. Min said, “Make it easy to interpret. I will keep it open.” However, Democratic Party lawmaker Kim Young-bae later said, “There can be misunderstandings, so impeachment is not like that at all. It doesn’t go that far,” he said.

Politicians who were former ministers of the Moon Jae-in administration also voiced criticism. Kim Young-ju, Kwon Chil-seung, Do Jong-hwan, Park Beom-gye, Lee Gae-ho, Lee In-young, Jeon Hae-cheol, Jin Seon-mi, Han Jung-ae, and Hwang-hee also held a press conference at the National Assembly Communication Building on the same day and said, “Defining the former government as an anti-state force that denies national identity is based on camp logic and politics. It condemned it, saying, “The president should not step forward and use inter-Korean relations, the unification of the Korean Peninsula, and diplomacy and security as tools of political struggle.”

There was also a sharp response from the leadership. “The Moon administration’s policy on the Korean Peninsula inherits the spirit of the Park Chung-hee administration’s July 4 Inter-Korean Joint Statement, the Roh Tae-woo administration’s Inter-Korean Basic Agreement, the Kim Dae-jung administration’s peace policy on the Korean Peninsula, and the Roh Moo-hyun administration’s October 4 Joint Declaration. He pointed out, “It is directly contrary to the spirit of national unity to define the former government as an anti-state force, taking issue with policies on the Korean Peninsula that were elected by the people according to the constitution and democratic procedures and promoted with the consent of the people.” did.

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