During the audit of the National Assembly Legislation and Judiciary Committee, former and current Justice Minister Park Beom-gye, a member of the Democratic Party, and Minister Han Dong-hoon argued over the interpretation of the current government's investigation.

The high performance and lameness were repeated until late at night on the last day of the state audit.

Correspondent Kim Hyung-rae.

<Reporter> Last

night (24th) night, during the comprehensive audit of the National Assembly Judiciary Committee, the Democratic Party lawmaker Park Beom-gye asked a question that the president should focus on the people's livelihood, not the situation in the midst of an economic crisis. This happened.

[Park Beom-gye / Democratic Party Member: All newspapers and broadcasts only beat the previous government, and the prosecution is not enough, so even the Board of Audit and Inspection…


[Han Dong-hoon/Minister of Justice: Investigating serious crimes is also part of people's livelihoods.

However, please cover the crime that is there, doing this under such an excuse…


Earlier in the afternoon, Democratic Party lawmaker Eui-gyeom Kim raised suspicions that President Yoon Seok-yeol and Minister Han had a drink with lawyers Kim & Chang at a high-end bar in Cheongdam-dong, Seoul in July.

[Kim Eui-gyeom / Democratic Party Member: The informant reported himself as a public interest reporter to the Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission.

So this is not an irresponsible report...


[Han Dong-hoon / Minister of Justice: At the state audit, with something that is not even at the level of that jirashi.

I will bet any office in the future, including the position of Minister of Justice.

What do you want, Senator?

You like to hang out.]

In the midst of the constant battle of words, harsh words were exchanged between the ruling and opposition parties.

[Kim Nam-guk / Democratic Party Member: Why are you discussing that with the aide?

this man!

Why are we discussing it with aides?]

[Kim Do-eup/Chairman of National Assembly Legislation and Judiciary: What did Rep. Kim Nam-guk just say?]

In the end, even on the last day of the Yoon Seok-yeol administration’s first government audit, lameness and shouting continued all the time, so it was difficult to find a discussion about the issue of livelihood. I did.