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In South Korea, it was reported that the daughter was illegally enrolled at a prestigious university over the aide that President Moon Jae-in announced that he would be appointed as the Minister of Justice ...

Suspicion of fraud in succession to the Korean president's aides The influence on the administration also affected August 26 14:33

In South Korea, there is a suspicion that President Kim Jae-in has announced that he will be appointed as the Minister of Justice. It is also expected that the administration of the government will be affected.

South Korea's Cheong Wa Dae announced today that President Moon Jae-in will appoint Mr. Cho Guk, a hard-line scientist in Japan, as a new minister.

However, there are a series of suspicions about Cho, who, in addition to running an opaque investment fund for the family and concealing assets, have also entrusted her daughter to a prestigious university.

In particular, in South Korea, where the educational background is high, the public's perspective on fraudulent admission is extremely severe, and criticism of Cho is growing. Cho said to the reporter on the 26th, “If you give me an opportunity to hear, "I want to speak honestly about the irrationalness, take the reprimand and explain my thoughts."

According to the result of the public opinion survey released by the public opinion survey agency “Real Meter” on the 26th, 50.4% of the respondents said they did not support President Moon, exceeding 50% for the first time since their inauguration. % Exceeded.

Korean conservative media said that the Mun administration decided to abolish the military information comprehensive protection agreement = “GSOMIA” with Japan, and that there was an aim to distract the public from Cho ’s suspicion. As the situation worsens, it is expected that the administration will be affected in the future.

Source: nhk

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