President Moon to reopen tomorrow Minister of Technology, Choi Ki-young
President Moon Jae-in is expected to replace seven- to eight-seat ministers including the Attorney General. In the case of the Minister of Science, ICT and Communication, the plan to hold Yu-Min Yoo's current position was considered to be strong.
President Moon Jae-in is expected to replace seven- to eight-seat ministers including the Attorney General.
In the case of the Minister of Science, ICT and Communication, the plan to hold Yu-Min Yoo's current position was considered to be strong.
A passport official said in a call to Yonhap News Agency on Monday that "I know that Moon's hard work has continued until recently. But I will not turn over the next week," he said.
In the passport, it is observed that President Moon's deliberation until the end of the transition was one of the reasons why personnel could not be announced easily.
Yoo was expected to be replaced at the reorganization as expected to run for the general election, but as the difficulties of verifying his successor have recently been reported inside and outside his passport, he is likely to remain.
However, passport officials explained that the recent surge in professor cards has leaned toward replacement.
In addition to the issue of Yu's running for the general election, it appears that the necessity of human renewal of the competent ministries leading the science and technology innovation and the response to the fourth industry is expected.
President Moon has stressed that the industry has to strengthen its competitiveness through bold technology development in line with the recent export regulations.
Choi is a Ph.D. student in electrical engineering at Stanford University. He is an expert in low-power systems and a member of the International Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). He is also recognized for his expertise in the field of semiconductors and artificial intelligence (AI).
If the Minister of Foreign Affairs is to be replaced, the minister will be replaced by at least four digits, including Park Sang-ju, Lee Gae-ho, agriculture, forestry, livestock and livestock, and Jin Sun-mi.
Considering the ministerial positions such as the Chairman of the Korea Communications Commission, the Finance Commissioner, and the Fair Trade Commissioner, it is expected that 7 to 8 personnel personnel will be replaced.
The former Minister of Justice, who attracted the most attention, is known as the Deputy Chief of Civil Affairs of the former Blue House.
If Cho is elected as the attorney general, new prosecution lines such as Yoon Seok-yeol and Prosecutor General Kim Jo-won's Blue House Min Jung-su will be completed and speed up prosecution reform.
Kim Hyun-soo, the next deputy minister of agriculture and food, will be used.
It is also said that former director of the Bupyeong-gu, Incheon, Hong Mi-young, may be elected as a surprise.
When Cho is elected, it is noteworthy that the so-called Cho-Jo Line (former Min Jung-soo and former Cho Hyun-ok), who had been the target of opposition due to the issue of personnel verification in the past, is based on the same situation.
On the other hand, the candidate for fair trade chairman who is vacant is Cho Sung-wook, a professor of Seoul National University.
The prevailing observation is that Eun Sung-soo, president of the Export and Import Bank of Korea, will be selected in place of the chairman of the financial committee, which recently expressed his gratitude.
Chairman Lee Hyo-sung, chairman of the Korea Communications Commission, is known to be a powerful attorney for law firm Jeong Sang-hyuk, co-representative of the Citizens' Union of Democratic Press.
(Yonhap News / Photo = Yonhap News)