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Government, local governments, and war criminals wrote '104.1 billion years'

2019-08-06T12:16:04.793Z

If one person does not write Japanese things, and if such thoughts are gathered and gathered, one day, I feel that Japan has made a mistake.


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If one person does not write Japanese things, and if such thoughts are gathered and gathered, one day, I feel that Japan has made a mistake. People are like this, so our government and municipalities have been checking on how much they buy Japanese goods. The money spent for 10 years is close to 1 trillion won. I will be dealing with this issue intensively from today (6th).

This is the sole report of Lee Kyung-won.

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During the Japanese colonial period, the Japanese Prime Minister's committee, which is still operating among the Japanese companies that forced the Koreans,

Mitsubishi, and Mitsui.

Then how much of our government and local government purchased these war criminal companies' products?

In recent 10 years, 941.1 billion won, close to 1 trillion won.

We obtained and analyzed the procurement status of the government and municipal war criminals related to the procurement by the Public Procurement Service.

The highest purchase amount was the Ministry of Public Administration and Security 99.4 billion won, followed by the Ministry of Education, the Gyeonggi Provincial Office of Education, the Police Agency, and the Supreme Court.

The National Assembly recorded 7 billion won, while the Blue House was 1.6 billion won.

The following items are purchased.

Copiers cost the most at 23.6 billion won, and this is the cost of video projector, system maintenance and management, installation and management of information and communication systems. Laser printers, and digital cameras.

There were many office supplies such as ballpoint pens and pencils.

The number of purchases over the past 10 years was 220,000.

This is the result of analyzing only the PPS data, and since the public institutions do not go through the procurement office, they actually have to be bigger.

Public agencies should completely ban these products, but it seems that it is necessary to look back whether or not to buy products without knowing that they are products related to the war criminal enterprise.

(Data analysis: Bae Yun-un, image editing: Oh-Young, CG: Choi)

Source: sbskr

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