Today (23rd) afternoon, the three parties negotiate for a fast track bill. In particular, the Democrats and the Korean Party, who are struggling with airborne priority negotiations and absolute impossibility, fought in the morning.

This is reporter Park Ha-jung.


This afternoon, the three-party bargaining group negotiates prosecution reform legislation, including the Fast Track Act, and election law.

Representatives from each party started discussions on election law today following last week's discussion of the prosecution reform bill, and one lawmaker from each party meets to negotiate on the prosecution reform bill.

The biggest issue is the airborne law, and the Democratic and Korean parties are still parallel.

Democrats say today's negotiations will be a watershed, and they pressured the South Korean party to make other choices if it kept repeating its policy of no airborne.

[Lee In-young / Democratic Party Representative: This is not an option that may or may not be handled under the Fast Track. Today's Liberal Korean Party has to come with a new proposal (obviously).]

The Republican Party yesterday addressed a presidential speech and accused the president and the ruling party of obscurity of attachment to the mountains.

The intention is to bring the former Secretary of State investigation into prosecution from the prosecution.

[Na Kyung-won / Free Korean Party Representative: The Karate, in a word, protects and conceals crimes on its sides, and in a word, retaliates and retaliates on others' sides. ]

The Right Future Party, the Justice Party and the Democratic Peace Party, which require the prosecution reform plan and the election reform plan to be agreed upon in principle, will hold a joint press conference today to emphasize election reform through a linked proportional system.