Ahead of the disciplinary committee against Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-yeol, the Ministry of Justice's supervision committee will also be held urgently in the morning of today (1st) to determine whether discipline is appropriate.
The recommendations you make will affect the decision of the disciplinary committee tomorrow.
This is Bae Jun-woo.
Supervisory Commission of the Ministry of Justice will be held from 10 am today to determine whether a request for inspection and disciplinary action against Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-yeol is appropriate.
The Ministry of Justice's supervisory committee is reported to be held next week, but it was called urgently as the members pointed out that it should be held before the Justice Department's disciplinary committee.
First of all, it is expected that the supervisory commissioners will point out the change of the supervisory commission's advice from'mandatory matters' to'optional' without any notice to the members.
In addition, we plan to focus on the suspicion of violation of procedures that have recently arisen in connection with the inspection of the Ministry of Justice.
In particular, we plan to confirm the suspicion that Prosecutor Lee Jeong-hwa, who was being dispatched to the Ministry of Justice, revealed that "the opinion that'the alleged abuse of President Yoon's ex officio has not been established' has been deleted."
Some members of the committee are also discussing recommending postponing the disciplinary committee's deliberation deadline, so there are analyzes that this inspection committee can act as a variable.
Prosecutors and the Ministry of Justice continue to protest to withdraw the disciplinary action and investigation of President Yoon.
Acting prosecutor-general Cho Nam-gwan appealed to Minister Chu from Epros, the prosecution's internal network, to "take one step back for the cause of the prosecution reform."
About 10 people, including the head of the Ministry of Justice, also sent letters of protest to Minister Chu asking for reconsideration of the measures, and review meetings were held at all 59 front-line prosecutors' offices nationwide.