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■ Host: Joo Young-jin anchor


■ Interview: Yoo In-tae, former secretary general of the National Assembly


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[Major Remarks]


"'0s and 30s' CEO Lee Jun-seok is fresh... 'Political distrust' Change to the status quo system"


"Members

should think

more about constitutional amendment to solve national problems rather than re-election

"

"The National


Assembly without cooperation...The '61-year system' that is hostile to each other

must end"

"Chu


Mi-ae's support will become the Democratic Party's 'Achilles' heel'"


"Lee Jae-myung, If you decide to 'accept the postponement of the primary', your competitiveness will increase."



▷ Young-Jin Joo/Anchor: He is a person who speaks out to all of you about current political issues, regardless of faction. Former Democratic Party lawmaker Yoo In-tae. Welcome to.



▶ In-Tae Yoo/Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: Hello?



▷ Youngjin Joo/Anchor: It seems like it's been a while since I've seen you. Politics is moving very fast these days.What is the pace of politics?



▶ In-Tae Yoo / Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: I think so.



▷ Young-Jin Joo/Anchor: What did former lawmaker In-Tae Yoo think while watching the birth of CEO Jun-Seok Lee?



▶ In-Tae Yoo / Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: Well, first of all, it is really fresh, and can such a thing happen in a conservative party? Nevertheless. So, I talked about it on TV, but I once said that if Lee Jun-seok becomes the Democratic Party, there is a sense of crisis that next year's election is over.



▷ Young-Jin Joo/Anchor: A lot of people really saw the news, the words of former lawmaker In-Tae Yoo.




▶ In-Tae Yoo/Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: But actually, by the way, I have one thing. That has two sides. It is said that the 0 line has beaten the 18 line. Then, until when is the so-called Ahn Cheol-soo phenomenon? So, is that the character's problem? Isn't there a country with a lot of changes in the National Assembly like Korea? About 50% of the first ships come in. So, the political distrust since 1987, which has accumulated very deeply. How can we change this into an institution so that politics can play its part?



For example, how does a person like the 5th lose to the 0th? And is that necessarily desirable, for the future of this country? Anyway, at such a point, I am not just looking at what this 21st National Assembly wants to become a member of the National Assembly one more time after sleeping, but how do I change this system? In the end, the parliamentary election system was messed up last time, but again this morning, Chairman Park Byung-seok's 1st anniversary.



▷ Youngjin Joo/Anchor: A press conference.



▶ In-Tae Yoo / Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: How did you distribute power, even though it was at a meeting? So, the so-called five-year single-term presidential system is called the 87-year system. These are the many challenges that our Republic of Korea is facing as it is. World's highest low fertility rate, highest suicide rate, rapid aging, and polarization. Which government is going to solve this problem properly? So, considering the future of the country, the 18th line loses to the 0 line no more. On the one hand, it is fresh and it makes you look forward to it, but on the other hand, there is another concern.



▷ Youngjin Joo/Anchor: In reverse. I think you mentioned the need for constitutional amendment once again, but even if the presidential candidates talk about constitutional amendment and one of them becomes president, it is not that easy to say constitutional amendment. Then who is responsible for that? The president said he would amend the constitution and became president, but the constitutional amendment did not happen. Is it for the legislators, for the president, or for everyone?



▶ In-Tae Yoo / Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: Everyone has it. So now our parliament.



▷ Young-Jin Joo/Anchor: Is it better for lawmakers to maintain the current system?



▶ In-Tae Yoo/Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: So, if you look at the election system first, all members of the National Assembly think of becoming a member of the National Assembly again next time. How should we change this system? If you focus on how to solve the problems, you have to change the system rather than the re-election.



▷ Young-Jin Joo/Anchor: President Moon Jae-in did not propose a constitutional amendment once, after he came to power. However, as a result, this was passed as it needed discussion between the parties and an agreement was needed.



▶ In-Tae Yoo / Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: However, the constitutional amendment bill was not proposed without consensus in that way.



▷ Youngjin Joo/Anchor: Right?



▶ In-Tae Yoo/Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: I did something I wouldn't do, that. And I've seen that there's no solution other than a four-year presidential term.



▷ Young-Jin Joo/Anchor: The Democratic Party can amend the Constitution by gaining nearly 180 seats. Of course, constitutional amendment is a matter that requires an agreement between the ruling and opposition parties, but there is no talk of constitutional amendment after that.



▶ In-Tae Yoo/Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: So now, it is impossible to amend the constitution shortly before the election, but if the next candidates are confirmed, the candidates will have to cooperate with the diversity and diversity of the National Assembly election system in the 21st National Assembly through their promises. . Now, in this current system, from the day after losing the presidential election, there is another war. How will we bring the government to power in the next five years? And the ruling party member of the National Assembly completely becomes a servant of the Blue House. So, the rapture disappears altogether.



▷ Joo Young-jin/Anchor: Dispersion of power and a member of the National Assembly. So, it seems that you are saying that the constitutional amendment to change the electoral system to another constituency system other than the single-member constituency system, which is zero or all, is necessary.



▶ In-Tae Yoo / Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: That's right. What did you do by expanding the interlocking proportional system while maintaining a single-member constituency system?



▷ Youngjin Joo/Anchor: I see.



▶ In-Tae Yoo/Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: Professor Kang Jun-man said that it was a 61-year system a while ago, so this system that is hostile to each other needs to end.



▷ Young-Jin Joo/Anchor: If each party's presidential candidates are decided in the future and those candidates really talk about constitutional amendment, the promise of constitutional amendment must be kept as much as this time. I heard well from our former lawmaker Yoo In-tae that the constitutional amendment should be done in a way that looks forward to the new 30 or 100 years of the Republic of Korea that can secure the future of the Republic of Korea. Choi Jae-hyung, Chairman of the Board of Audit and Inspection The name of the head of an institution where political independence is important, especially in public office, is repeatedly mentioned as the name of a presidential candidate, especially not a passport, but a presidential candidate in the opposition.



▶ In-Tae Yoo / Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: It's strange. Anyway, President Moon has nurtured a lot of really talented people. to the Attorney General and to the Auditor General.



▷ Joo Young-jin/Anchor: Kim Dong-yeon, Deputy Prime Minister of Economy. The first Deputy Prime Minister of the economy of the current government.



▶ In-Tae Yoo/Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: So, I'm not sure if that ball deserves a lot of congratulations.



▷ Young-jin Joo/Anchor: Among those appointed by President Moon Jae-in, aren’t there also former Justice Minister Choo Mi-ae, whose name is now finally included as the presidential candidate for the passport? A while ago, I looked at the suitability for a pan-passport holder, and it's already in my finger.



▶ In-Tae Yoo / Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: Well, I've talked about that issue a lot before, so I'm not going to talk about it anymore.



▷ Youngjin Joo/Anchor: A hawk that catches a pheasant. They even talked about this, former Minister Choo Mi-ae. Former President Yoon Seok-yeol is saying that I can catch him.



▶ In-Tae Yoo/Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: I do not want to comment any further.



▷ Youngjin Joo/Anchor: I see.



▶ In-Tae Yoo / Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: And I think that that kind of support is the most Achilles heel of the Democratic Party now.



▷ Youngjin Joo/Anchor: I see. Former Rep. Yoo In-tae is not going to say anything, but why is that on the screen again? No one knows the former President Yoon Seok-yeol as well as I do, so I am a pheasant hawk. Can you make it to the end of the finals of former president Seok-Yeol Yoon? Will it go down too quickly? It is said that former Minister Choo Mi-ae spoke in this way.



▶ In-Tae Yoo / Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: I can hear you talking about whether you will be able to run to the end or not go down too quickly.



▷ Youngjin Joo/Anchor: I see. Song Young-gil, the president of the Democratic Party, said that this is the power of the president and the top member of the Democratic Party, but the members of the lawmakers on the side of the candidates who are just asking for a postponement say that the general assembly will be held tomorrow. . I understand that the leading runners and the chasing runners have different opinions, but how will the voters and viewers see how they fight over these things?



▶ In-Tae Yoo / Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: It may not look beautiful, but it is difficult to say who is right and who is wrong.



▷ Youngjin Joo/Anchor: Is that so?




▶ In-Tae Yoo/Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: Isn't it? If you follow the original principle, you should just not postpone and do it in September. But, of course, that is, but Governor Lee Jae-myung said that the Democratic Party was criticized a lot for creating a proportional party last time, changing the constitution and running for a by-election. I don't. The first two are promises to the people, and since this is a matter within the party, it can be postponed as long as the candidates agree on it. After becoming friends, there are conflicts with friends, but it is too short to settle such things, and the period until the presidential election is in November.



▷ Young-Jin Joo/Anchor: You will have no choice but to go straight to the finals, in November.



▶ In-Tae Yoo / Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: So, if you want to have time like that, then it would be better to just do it in September according to the current party constitution. Now that's it, I'm not sure that the current presidential election is such a happy phase for the Democratic Party, is it? Then, if the governor Lee Jae-myung made such a request from other candidates, wouldn't it be very helpful to increase his/her competitiveness by embracing it boldly? I think I'm listening



▷ Young-Jin Joo/Anchor: It is said that the word of catastrophe came out of the mouth of a lawmaker who was helping Governor Jae-Myeong Lee.



▶ In-Tae Yoo / Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: If you make that decision the day after tomorrow, there won't be much impact after that. And in the beginning, former Prime Minister Lee Nak-yeon or former Prime Minister Jeong Sye-kyun actually talked about acting like that and didn't say it. In principle, you should go. I said that we should postpone it because it looks a little timid, but it doesn't seem like we're being pushed back, but at the end of the day, it's done through the lawmakers. Also, both of them will be punished, but this doesn't seem to be the case. And I think that if Governor Lee Jae-myung makes bold decisions, it will probably help me a lot in enhancing my competitiveness.



▷ Youngjin Joo/Anchor: There is a possibility, there is no. Is there a possibility that Governor Lee Jae-myung will accept it or not?



▶ In-Tae Yoo / Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: It seems that there is none so far.



▷ Joo Young-jin/Anchor: It doesn't seem to exist.



▶ In-Tae Yoo/Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: I've been covering this and that, but I think that's a bit difficult.



▷ Young-jin Joo/Anchor: Gyeonggi Governor Jae-myung Lee seems to think that it is important to be confirmed as a presidential candidate as soon as possible in the current situation.



▶ In-Tae Yoo/Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: It seems so.



▷ Young-Jin Joo/Anchor: Then, in the eyes of former Rep. Yoo In-Tae, former Rep. Yoo In-Tae was a dark horse that could threaten Gyeonggi Governor Lee Jae-myung, who was also a close assistant to former President Roh Moo-hyun, and is now running first among the Democratic presidential candidates do you see How is it?



▶ Yoo In-tae/Former National Assembly Secretary General: Well, I can't see it very well now. Now, Prime Minister Nak-Yeon Lee is in second place, but Prime Minister Nak-Yeon Lee has been in first place for a long time and then fell down like this, isn't it easy to rebound? And Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun is a person with considerable experience. So, in this political climate, he says that he is an undervalued blue stock that doesn't get recognition for his experience in the muddy fields, but the more he fights as a player, the more he gets undervalued. This time, CEO Ho-Young Joo thought he would be all representatives, but would you have imagined that you would lose to the 0 line? So, first of all, I want the 21st National Assembly members to judge these things well, for the sake of the country.



▷ Young-Jin Joo/Anchor: How do you view Kangwon Governor Choi Moon-soon and Rep. Park Yong-jin, who have never been a member of the National Assembly?



▶ In-Tae Yoo / Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: Rep. Yong-Jin Park, who received it from Lee Jun-seok's gusts like this, seems to be getting a little more momentum, but now that I look at it, it seems that's all there is. But right now, all the people who come out from the opposition party as a so-called powerful candidate from the opposition party are people who have no experience as a member of the National Assembly. Governor Lee Jae-myung also has no experience in the National Assembly. So, what the National Assembly has been doing while we are adopting representative democracy, so that one member of the National Assembly can't even give out their name or business card to a proper candidate group, isn't it a normal society?



▷ Young-Jin Joo/Anchor: As I listened to former Assemblyman In-Tae Yoo, I thought about it. After the democratic uprising in June 1987, the direct system was revived and the president was elected. YS and DJ are out of the discussion. They are like giants in our society. Isn't it former President Roh Moo-hyun next to DJ? Even former President Roh Moo-hyun did not do much in Yeouido politics. Did you do it twice? And then you keep falling? After that, former President Lee Myung-bak did it once. I lost my seat as a member of the National Assembly on charges of violating the Election Act, but I lost my seat as a member of the National Assembly and became president. Isn't it a different case for former President Park Geun-hye? Aren't you a lot of MPs?



▶ In-Tae Yoo / Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: That's right.



▷ Joo Young-jin/Anchor: President Moon Jae-in doesn't live much in Yeouido, right?



▶ In-Tae Yoo/Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: This is the first election, the first election for the National Assembly.



▷ Young-Jin Joo/Anchor: Then there is a high possibility that the next presidential election will eventually be like that?



▶ In-Tae Yoo/Former Secretary General of the National Assembly: Aren't all the prominent candidates out there so-called zero lines?



▷ Youngjin Joo/Anchor: I see. Next week, I'm probably very curious about the change in the poll's approval rating. With that in mind, let me ask you another question to Rep. Yoo In-tae. I heard you well today.



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