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Democratic Party attacked that if it was true that President Yoon Seok-yeol spoke on the phone with independent Gyeonggi governor candidate Kang Yong-seok, it would be a violation of political neutrality.

The presidential office refuted that there was no phone call, and the people's power counterattacked against the allegation of sexual assault by lawmaker Park Wan-joo.

Correspondent Kim Hyung-rae.

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Democratic Party highlighted the allegation that President Yoon Seok-yeol made a phone call to independent candidate Kang Yong-seok, who was running for governor of Gyeonggi during his time in office.

If Kang's claim that President Yoon told him not to attack People's Power candidate Kim Eun-hye is true, he submitted a complaint to the National Election Commission, arguing that it violates political neutrality.

[Yun Ho-jung / Democratic Party Emergency Response Committee Chairman: I warn President Yoon Seok-yeol once again.

In the future, we will not tolerate any more interference in the election.]

Lee Jae-myung, chairman of the general election campaign, also said, "I helped out that it was an outrageous national flag


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Park Wan-joo, who was expelled from the Democratic Party for sexual assault allegations, tried to hide the incident, such as trying to convince the victim

. I can't erase the suspicion that the response was made reluctantly to be crushed until the end.]

At the same time, he called for a thorough investigation to find out about power-based sex crimes, saying that the attitude of Rep. Park, who pretended to be unfair, saying that it was not true was hypocrisy.

Meanwhile, the Justice Party was also caught up in allegations of sexual assault.

Kang Min-jin, former leader of the Youth Justice Party, claimed to have raised the issue on social media in November of last year because of physical contact with the chairman of the party's metropolitan provincial party, but the party's leadership ignored it.

In response, the Justice Party countered that the claim that she ignored the perpetrator was not true, saying that it took necessary measures against the assailant as requested by former leader Kang.

(Video coverage: Kim Nam-seong, Video editing: Choi Hye-young)