After the President's office accused Democratic Party lawmaker Kim Eui-gyeom of raising suspicions of additional stock price manipulation involvement by Mrs. Kim Kun-hee, the People's Solidarity for Participatory Democracy criticized that public resources were used for Mrs. Kim's personal allegations. I did.
This is reporter Kim Ki-tae.
The day after the President's office accused Rep. Kim Eui-gyeom of the Democratic Party, the People's Solidarity for Participatory Democracy took issue with the President's response.
Regarding Mrs. Kim's personal suspicions, he said, "If public officials in the presidential office mobilized public resources, such as drafting a complaint, the appropriateness is questioned." claimed.
At the same time, it requested disclosure of information on the division of duties of the Office of the Legal Secretary and related orders and bylaws.
The president's office immediately refuted.
"The spread of false information about the president and his family is a problem directly related to the public interest, such as lowering national prestige and weakening the power of state affairs," he pointed out.
At the same time, he cited precedents in which the then presidential secretary’s office and the bodyguards responded directly to criticism from the media regarding the “exclusive visit to the Taj Mahal” by former first lady Kim Jeong-sook, the wife of Moon Jae-in, and the “private swimming lessons for bodyguards.” He was silent without even praying.”
The Democratic Party said that the president's office has accused four people so far, all of them related to Mrs. Kim or heaven.
[Hwang Myeong-seon/Democratic Party Spokesperson: Who the hell is the person who ordered the mobilization of the national administrative power for personal corruption charges?
If this is the case, why not change the name of the President's Office to the First Lady
(Video coverage: Joo Beom · Kim Yong-woo, video editing: Park Ki-duk)