<Reporter Kim Hyung-rae>

People's Power Candidate Yoon Seok-yeol emphasized that he would create an election countermeasures committee that would unite the people and the predecessor, who presides over the party's Supreme Council.

[Yoon Seok-yeol / People's Power Presidential Candidate: It is impossible to change the government with such a narrow election campaign that only candidates, camps, and officials of the National Election Commission move, but our party also becomes a much more active and powerful party through the election process... .] After the

meeting, it was announced that Lee Jun-seok and former Vice Chairman Kim Byung-joon had been officially appointed as the permanent election chairperson, and Rep


Lee Yang-soo was officially appointed as the chief spokesperson, but Kim Jong-in, who was supposed to be the 'one-top' general election chairperson, was omitted.

Candidate Yoon said that Kim himself asked for more time, and he did not know why.

[Yoon Seok-yeol/People's Power Presidential Candidate: Because he asked for a little more time for a day or two for the part that he was referring to as the general election chairperson today... .]

Representative Lee Jun-seok met with former Chairman Kim in the morning of today (22nd) in a phone call with SBS, and told him not to put his name on the squadron list with former Chairman Kim Byung-jun in it. said to have been exposed.

There is also a rumor that Rep. Jang Je-won's appointment as a candidate for chief of staff is a deterrent.

Former Chairman Kim refused to speak to reporters' questions about why he asked for time and whether he was joining the election committee.

[Kim Jong-in / Former Chairman of the People's Power Emergency Response Committee: I have nothing to say.]

As the appointment conflict, which seemed to have been settled with the official announcement of Candidate Yoon the day before, has resurfaced, there is even a prospect that Kim Jong-in will join the party.

Justice Party candidate Shim Sang-jung proposed an 'unconditional meeting' to Ahn Cheol-soo, a candidate of the People's Party, saying that cooperation in the third zone is necessary to end the vested interests of the two-party system.

In response, Candidate Ahn responded that he had to check what it meant in detail, but that the possibility of dialogue was always open.

(Video coverage: Kim Heung-gi, Video editing: Park Jeong-sam)

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