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The People's Power urged ministers and heads of state-run research institutes appointed during the Moon Jae-in administration to resign, saying, "As a high-ranking public official, it is right to withdraw the idea of ​​working with a president whose philosophy and policy are different."

Floor Leader Kwon Seong-dong met with reporters after the Supreme Council held at the National Assembly today (4th) and said, "I see it as an act of treachery to the people to be there simply as a means of livelihood and job preservation."

Kwon said, "In the case of a public institution head or ministerial level civil servant, it is a principle that those who agree with the president's political philosophy and tasks are with them." The senior vice-chairman and others are people who do not agree with the Yoon Seok-yeol government's political philosophy and are in favor of the Democratic Party's platform policy."

He went on to accuse him of "seeing nothing but being there as a means of making a living."

Sung Il-jong, chairman of the policy committee, also asked the former chairman at a meeting of the Supreme Council, saying, "Are you not mistaken for the Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission of the Democratic Party or the Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission of the Moon Jae-in regime?"

"Last week, the Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission requested an authoritative interpretation of whether the Moon Jae-in administration's response was appropriate in terms of protecting the rights of the people at the time of the '2020 West Sea Public Official Murder Case' and '2019 North Korean defector forcibly repatriated to North Korea,'" said Sung.

"The ACRC has already thoroughly sided with the Moon Jae-in administration and the Democratic Party during the Moon Jae-in administration's tenure," he said.

"I ask again whether the Moon Jae-in administration's driving of the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries officials as defectors to North Korea was justified in terms of protecting the people's rights," said Sung, the chairman of the policy committee.

Previously, former Chairman Han Duk-soo reported on two lines of information about Prime Minister Han Duk-soo's work as an adviser at Kim & Chang Law Firm before taking office as prime minister, saying, "The prime minister, who should set the best example, provided poor data." They are in conflict with the current government officials, such as ordering a plan.

(Photo = National Assembly Photo Reporters, Yonhap News)