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National Assembly is holding a personnel hearing on the first day of Prime Minister Kim Bu-gyeom's candidate. A fierce battle between the opposition parties is expected over the suspicion of the daughter's couple's rhyme crisis and the stomach transfer.

This is Lee Hyun-young reporter.

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National Assembly is holding a personnel hearing for Prime Minister Kim Bu-gyeom's candidate from 10 am today (6th).

In all of the comments, Candidate Kim expressed his ambition to correct real estate corruption.

[Kim Bu-gyeom/Prime Minister Candidate: We will thoroughly correct injustice and corruption, and ensure that housing price stability and supply are in harmony.] As for the

unpaid car tax penalty, he bowed his head, saying he felt embarrassed as a candidate for public office.

The people's strength is the position to intensively verify the morality of Candidate Kim and his family.

In particular, we plan to focus on the suspicion of the daughter's involvement in Lime Asset Management and the suspicion of the two daughters moving into the stomach.

The Democratic Party is planning to highlight candidate Kim's experience in state affairs, a former Minister of Public Administration and Security, and will present himself as the prime minister.

In addition to Minister of Trade, Industry and Energy Moon Seung-wook, the adoption of the hearing report by the candidates for the four ministries is also facing difficulties.

Democratic Party leader Yoon Ho-jung asked the opposition party to cooperate with other ministerial candidates' adoption of the hearing report.

However, the power of the people was ineligible for the candidates Hye-sook Lim, Joon-Young Park and Hyeong-Wook Noh at the General Assembly of the House of Representatives.

Ahn Cheol-soo, the head of the National Assembly Party, also pressured the Blue House, saying that candidates who do not meet the public's perspective should boldly withdraw their nominations.

Ahead of the deadline for adopting the hearing report on the 10th, the conflict between the opposition parties is likely to intensify.