Park Ji-hyeon, chairman of the joint emergency countermeasures committee of the Democratic Party, raised his voice by directly hitting the party's mainstream forces for two days in a row.

He targeted the 86 group, who came from the movement, and told them to prepare for a beautiful exit, but the dissonance of the party leadership is staggering.

Reporter Kang Min-woo reports.


Park Ji-hyeon, who made an apology to the public the day before (the 24th), at an official meeting yesterday, aimed directly at the party's mainstream activists.

He said that the mission of 86 Group was over and told them to prepare for a beautiful exit as promised during the election.

[Park Ji-hyeon / Democratic Party Joint Emergency Response Committee Chairman: We need to discuss the resignation of 586 politicians even to restore public trust.]

Then, as the cause of handing over the government after 5 years, he overcame after pointing out the fandom politics of neighbours and extreme supporters. cited as a task.

In particular, he vowed to finish the disciplinary procedure against Rep. Choi Kang-wook, who became controversial for his sexual harassment remarks, as soon as possible even by activating the emergency disciplinary authority.

After the transition to the closed meeting, there was a lot of chatter, but it was reported that Ho-jung Yun, chairman of the Joint Brigade, did not coordinate the message and complained, "Is this the leadership?" .

The leadership said that Chairman Park's remarks did not go through internal discussion, but Chairman Park countered that he had previously discussed it with Chairman Yun Ho-jung.

He also made it clear that he would not back down, saying that he had to show the people a vision of innovation rather than accusing him of minor issues.

Chairman Park is preparing to announce a party reform plan this week, but it is unclear whether he will be able to break through strong opposition within the party.