The National Assembly held a plenary session on the afternoon of the 25th to deal with the Media Arbitration Act.

While the Democratic Party plans to enforce the media arbitration law today, the power of the people resists this and plans to prevent legal proceedings, including obstruction of justice and filibusters, so clashes are inevitable.

Previously, the Democratic Party independently handled the media arbitration law at a plenary meeting of the Culture, Sports and Tourism Committee yesterday, and this morning the Judiciary Committee also decided to vote alone after changing the order.

The People's Power responded to the unilateral progress of the Democratic Party and left before commenting on the bill.

At today's plenary session, along with the Media Arbitration Act, the Private School Act, which was handled exclusively by the ruling party by the standing committee, the Telecommunications Business Act, called the 'Google Gap Guil Prevention Act', and the Carbon Neutral Basic Act are also proposed.

In addition, amendments to the National Assembly Act to reduce the powers of the Judiciary Committee, the Act on CCTV Installation in Operating Room, and the amendment to the Property Tax Act to ease the tax base of comprehensive real estate tax for one household per household from KRW 900 million to KRW 1.1 billion are also expected to be processed.

In addition, the amendment to the Military Court Act, which allows private investigative agencies and courts to investigate and trial military sex crimes from the first trial, and the amendment to the Court Organization Act, which maintains the current five years of legal experience to apply to judges, are also likely to be voted on.

At the same time, the opposition and opposition parties plan to elect seven standing chairpersons from the opposition, including the vice-chairman of the National Assembly and the chairperson of the Judiciary.