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Democratic Party pressured Rep. Hong Young-pyo not to run in the party's representative election and also pressured Rep. Lee Jae-myung not to run.

Rep. Jae-myung Lee, who did not respond much to this, proposed his first bill after his election as a member of the National Assembly, and predicted that he would return to official activities soon.



Next is reporter Jang Min-seong.



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Democratic Party lawmaker Hong Young-pyo announced on the afternoon of the 28th that he would not run for the August National Convention.



Next, he demanded that Rep. Jae-myung Lee not run for office, saying that leadership for integration is needed.



[Hong Young-pyo / Democratic Party Member: Going to the frame of the factional struggle, I wondered if we could properly accomplish the tasks that our Democratic Party has to do now…

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This is the second declaration of non-candidate for key pro-Moon figures following Rep. Jeon Hae-cheol.



Rep. Kim Min-seok said that the main actors don't appear in all dramas, and former Minister Park Young-sun also pressured him not to run for the Bundang if Lee became the party leader.



Rep. Jae-myung Lee is in the mood of Jung Jung-dong.



He did not directly respond to the demand for not running for office, and he proposed the 'Privatization Prevention Act' as the first bill after he was elected as a member of the National Assembly.



When the government exercises shareholder rights or sells stock in public institutions subject to privatization, it is essential to report it to the National Assembly and obtain prior consent.



Rep. Jeong Seong-ho, a key aide, tried to broaden Lee's range by saying that he was angry at the act of not appearing because someone is responsible.



There is a lot of observation within the party that Rep. Lee will eventually run for office, and with this in mind, 5th term member Seol-hoon and 3rd term lawmaker Jeong Cheong-rae threw their votes to run.



The possibility of running for office is also predicted by Kang Byung-won, Kang Hoon-shik, and Park Yong-jin, who were students of the 1990s, and Park Ji-hyun, former vice chairman.



Young politicians are weighing party power under the pretext of a generational change, and the lineup may fluctuate depending on whether Rep. Lee Jae-myung is running for the finale.



(Video coverage: Kim Nam-seong, Video editing: Won-hee Won, CG: Park Cheon-woong · Jeon Yu-geun)

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