Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-yeol, who strongly criticized the bill to transfer the power of investigation to the Severe Crime Investigation Office, continued his intentions two days after he visited Daegu yesterday (3rd).

The deprivation of the prosecution's right to investigate further raised the level of remarks, saying that it is a crime of corruption.

Reporter Son Hyung-an.


Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-yeol, who visited the Daegu Prosecutors' Office in an enthusiastic atmosphere reminiscent of a leading politician, first expressed a special impression.

[Yun Seok-yeol/Prosecutor General: It is a town that embraced me warmly.

I am very impressed, and I feel like I have come to my hometown.]

But when I made a remark about the heavy water office, my face changed soon.

He said that the strong response to corruption is to protect the people, and that the decline in investigative capacity is only damaging the people.

At the same time, he was faced with the so-called'complete inspection', the slogan of the passport, which means complete deprivation of the prosecution's right to investigate.

[Yun Seok-Yeol/Prosecutor General:'Complete prosecution' is a great violation of the spirit of the Constitution as it completely exaggerates corruption.]

However, he did not express a clear position on the question of whether to consider resigning as president.

At the subsequent employee meeting, President Yoon clearly expressed his opposition to the issue of the installation of the heavy water office, the Supreme Prosecutors' Office explained.

President Yoon's Daegu prevention schedule, which emphasized internal communication and attended the dinner, ended last night at around 9 o'clock.

Although it is clear that the glances criticizing President Yoon's actions as being political are clear, it is an internal reaction to the prosecution that continuing the public opinion war on a daily basis is to emphasize the desperate task of stopping the heavy water administration.