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political circles, even over the weekend, the controversy over the 'suspicion of indictment' continued. The Democratic Party pressured the people's power, saying that former Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-yeol and others should receive proper investigation from the Airborne Service, and the Yun Seok-yeol camp raised suspicions of crafting over the meeting of the informant of the 'suspicion of accusation' and the head of the National Intelligence Service, Park Ji-won.

Correspondent Kim Hyung-rae.

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Democratic Party criticized that the people's power, which said it was right for the Airborne Service to investigate the 'suspicion of accusation', changed the word about the search and seizure of Rep. Kim Woong's office, saying it was 'opposition oppression'.

He also said that it was regrettable that he was pouring accusations such as a 'monster air raider' for an attempt to reveal it through an investigation.

[Lee So-young/Democratic Party Spokesperson: It is understandable that you are in a hurry to put out the fire as the controversy over the 'second state government nongdan' is spreading, but please


thinking that you can hide the truth in front of the people by covering the sky with your palm.]

Yoon Seok-yeol, former prosecutor He also urged the president to cooperate with the investigation of the Airborne Service and to explain the allegations.

On the other hand, former President Yoon pointed out that it was "not normal" for reporter Jo Seong-eun to meet with National Intelligence Service Director Park Ji-won on the 11th of last month.

[Yoon Seok-yeol / Former Prosecutor General: Even if you know someone on a regular basis, if you go to the position of the head of the National Intelligence Service... It doesn't seem normal to me.]

Rep. Jang Je-won of People's Power, head of the general situation office for the camp Yoon Seok-yeol, also defined it as a 'Park Ji-won gate', saying, "The specter-like interference of the NIS in the presidential election is reviving."

Rep. Jang also claimed that there must have been a seated person at the meeting, but Jo Seong-eun said in an interview with SBS, "There was no one present."

The Yoon Seok-yeol camp announced today (13th) that it would file a complaint against Park Ji-won, the director of the National Intelligence Service and Public Official Election Act.

Kim Ki-hyeon, floor leader of the People's Power, also pressured the investigation, saying that Mr. Cho and President Park had a very close special relationship.