is the breaking news of the investigation into allegations of preferential treatment in Daejang-dong. Prosecutors are confirming allegations of lobbying against former head of the Seongnam Urban Development Corporation Yoo Dong-gyu, who is called the second person after former head of the department.
Reporter Bae Jun-woo on the sidewalk.
Won Hee-ryong, former governor of Jeju-do, raised new suspicions related to the Daejang-dong development project lobby.
It is suspected that former head of Seongnam Urban Development Corporation, Yu Yu-ki, who is called the 'second person' after former head of division Yoo Dong-gyu, received a large amount of bribes from Mr.
[Won Hee-ryong/Former Governor of Jeju (Yesterday): (According to public interest reports) There is a fact that Kim Man-bae of Hwacheon Daeyu gave Yuhan-gi, who was the head of the development project at Seongnam Urban Development Corporation, hundreds of millions of won in 2015 related to Daejang-dong development.]
Former Governor Won Kim Man-bae He claimed that he had resigned the then Seongnam city president Hwang Moo-seong and gave money to Yuhan-ki, the former general manager, in order to delete the excess profit recovery rule that was unfavorable to Hwacheon Daeyu.
Prosecutors are investigating the truth of the lobbying allegations by securing statements related to the allegations.
Both Kim Man-bae's and Yu Yu-gi's side deny the allegations.
Prior to reapplying for an arrest warrant for Kim Man-bae, the prosecution is also focusing on constructing criminal charges.
Since the arrest warrant was previously dismissed once, it is said that they are consolidating their related charges, such as arranging conflicting statements against Kim Man-bae and Nam-wook lawyer.
In addition, it is known that further investigations have been made on Rep. Kwak Sang-do, who is suspected of receiving 5 billion won in bribes from Kim Man-bae.
Prosecutors said that they hired a total of four prosecutors, including one chief prosecutor, to the investigation team for a faster investigation.Keywords: