With the road ahead of the election busy, both the ruling and opposition parties have problems at home. In the People's Power, Rep. Hong Jun-pyo's proposal of the by-election list to presidential candidate Yoon Seok-yeol became controversial, and the Democratic Party is calling for the resignation of Rep. Chung Cheong-rae, who has been engulfed in criticism for demeaning the Buddhist community.

Reporter Kim Hyung-rae will tell you about this.


People's Power Candidate Yoon Seok-yeol and Rep. Hong Jun-pyo, who met for the first time alone since the intra-party primary, at this meeting, Hong, as one of the conditions for accepting the post of permanent advisor to the predecessor headquarters, was re-elected Choi Jae-hyeong, former Auditor General, in Jongno, Seoul in March. Daegu Jung and Nam-gu requested the nomination of Lee Jin-hoon, former head of Daegu Suseong-gu.

Both of them were people who helped Rep. Hong during the primary.

Kwon Young-se, head of the fleet headquarters, hurled a direct blow, urging him to act worthy of the party leader.

[Kwon Young-se / Head of the People's Power Election Countermeasures Headquarters: If you show an outdated state, you must keep in mind that your qualifications as a member of our party will not be recognized


[Hong Jun-pyo / People's Power Rep.: (If there is a difference of opinion) I should have discussed it internally and sorted it out, how did you criticize me for what I talked about with the candidate. Here

, there is also an interpretation that it may have made it difficult for Rep. Hong to join as candidate Yoon practically rejected the proposal saying that he had no intention of directly involved in the nomination issue.

Former President Choi also waved his hand saying that now is the time to focus on regime change.

The Democratic Party has called for voluntarily leaving the party for Rep. Chung Cheong-rae, who compared the temple cultural property admission fee to a toll and provoked strong protests from the Buddhist community.

[Cho Eung-cheon / Democratic Party member (CBS Radio): There must be a lot of lawmakers around who want to voluntarily leave the party.

Isn't there such a thing as saying we broke up because we love?]

Yesterday (19th), when Rep. Jeong announced that he had been recommended to leave the party by a key official on Lee Jae-myung's side, the so-called 'Lee Hee-kwan', voices of criticism of scratching and internal fire erupted. will.

Party leader Song Young-gil and Rep. Jeong will attend the National Monks Convention tomorrow to condemn the religious bias of the current government, and it is noteworthy whether the controversy can be resolved.

(Video coverage: Kim Heung-gi, Video editing: Kim Jin-won)

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