Regarding the controversial suspicion of a judge's inspection, President Yoon Seok-yeol repeatedly asserted that there was no illegality today (27th).

They refuted that the documents were not created to monitor or penalize them, but were used as reference materials for a smooth trial.

Reporter Kang Cheong-wan will deliver this information.


Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-yeol issued an additional statement this afternoon and repeatedly insisted that there was no illegality in the documents pointed out as evidence of illegal inspections by the court.

In response to the full disclosure of the documents on the part of President Yoon, Minister Choo Mi-ae issued a statement and took an immediate response when he emphasized the illegality of the documents.

He explained that the document was not written for the purpose of continuing to identify trends, to monitor, or to disadvantage the subject, and that understanding the style of the court proceedings for the smooth execution of the trial was also contained in the Seoul High Prosecutors' Manual.

In particular, he emphasized that it was written on a one-off basis in connection with the change of the judiciary immediately after the court and prosecution's regular greetings in February.

In the wake of the prosecutors' meeting, group statements spreading to the inside of the prosecution are also lined up.

Review prosecutors' meetings were held at all 18 front-line prosecutors' offices across the country and 40 branch offices excluding one, and executive-level prosecutors, including all of the Seoul Central District Prosecutors' Office, and 69 chief prosecutors of 21 offices nationwide, were also in a statement requesting the withdrawal of the job exclusion of President Yoon. I joined.

34 former prosecutors also issued a collective statement.

At one time, as a prosecution officer, he urged Justice Minister Choo Mi-ae to reconsider the illegal and unfair disposition against the prosecutor-general, despite modestly accepting the criticism of the past prosecution.

(Video coverage: Yang Doo-won, video editing: Lee Seung-jin)  

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