Democratic Party lawmakers belonging to the National Assembly's Administrative Safety Committee argued, "The request for resignation of Chairman Roh Jeong-hee in a situation where two standing members of the National Election Commission are vacant is a measure that paralyzes the work of the National Election Commission."



It wrapped around Election Commission Chairman Roh Jeong-hee, who is being asked to resign due to poor management of the early voting for the 20th presidential election.



In a statement on the 19th, members of the Democratic Party's public affairs committee, including Rep. Park Jae-ho, the ruling party secretary of the National Assembly's Executive Committee, said in a statement today (19th), "Political neutrality is life for the National Election Commission. Acts that undermine the political neutrality of the National Election Commission must be stopped."



Democratic Party Public Administration members said, "When the chairperson resigns, a problem arises in which the provisional chairperson, who has been verified as a general member, represents the National Election Commission, resulting in controversy over responsibility." ) and decision-making may be impossible, resulting in a huge setback in preparation for local elections.”



These members referred to the 'measures for rapid organizational stabilization and perfect management of local elections' announced by the National Election Commission in an internal notice after the general meeting on the 17th. I hope you do," he said, urging for a prompt resolution of the situation and system maintenance.



Previously, Chairman Roh had been under pressure to resign from the political and legal circles as well as the standing members of the National Election Commission due to poor management of the early voting for the 20th presidential election.



However, at the meeting of the National Election Commission on the 17th, Chairman Roh said, "

We will prepare unwaveringly for the June 1 local elections.

I will do better in the future."

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