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No: “I do not agree” with the criticism of excessive security and silence… “President Yong’s communication methods are many… It’s up to the people to decide.”

Syngman Rhee’s evaluation said, “There are many achievements that are the cornerstone of a free Republic of Korea… A balanced evaluation is necessary.”

Prime Minister Han Deok-soo responds

Prime Minister Han Deok-soo responds

(Seoul = Larose.VIP) Reporter Kim Young-shin = Prime Minister Han Deok-soo said on the 22nd in relation to the controversy that the Presidential Security Service continues to provide ‘excessive security’ to President Yoon Seok-yeol, saying, “It was an act in accordance with the basic rules of protecting the head of state, and it was inevitable.” revealed.

Prime Minister Han appeared at the National Assembly’s non-economic field of inquiry on this day and responded to criticism from Democratic Party of Korea Reps. Lee In-young and Kim Du-gwan about the Secret Service’s silencing of lawmakers, KAIST graduates, and doctors from an event attended by the President.

Prime Minister Han said, “The actions that were carried out as part of security were taken in accordance with security rules,” and “measures were taken to protect the personal security of the President, the head of state, in accordance with the security manual.”

Prime Minister Han said, “The security of the head of state is a very important task for the country. The manual is very clear, and in particular, there have been many incidents involving politicians recently, so it must be done according to the manual.”

When some opposition party members, including Rep. Lee, used the expression ‘cover the mouth and ears (cover the mouth and ears) regime,’ Prime Minister Han said, “It is difficult to agree with the idea of ​​covering the mouth,” and “This is the first time I have heard of a regime that covers the mouth and ears.” I accepted.

Prime Minister Han said, “I do not agree at all with the claim that the Yoon Seok-yeol government is ‘dictatorship of the prosecution.’ That term itself does not fit,” and added, “Some people say that enforcing the law is the basis of liberal democracy and the rule of law, and if the prosecution’s investigative actions are “If it is not correct, it will be checked by relevant laws and courts,” he said.

Prime Minister Han responded to the point that the fact that President Yoon exercised the right to request reconsideration (veto) of bills, recording 9 bills, was also a neutralization of legislative power, saying, “If it goes against the basic spirit of the country, liberal democracy, and the rule of law, various functions such as the Constitutional Court should be exercised.” “It will definitely be checked through this,” he said, adding, “However, we have not yet received any such challenges or requests for revision.”

He also said, “All nine bills were passed by the opposition party alone. They all have significant problems, including legal issues, and could have a profound impact on the economic operation of the Republic of Korea, so the president exercised his rights under the Constitution.” Cooperation was also urged.

Prime Minister Han responded to Rep. Min Hyeong-bae’s question about whether President Yoon’s recent New Year’s interview with KBS instead of holding a New Year’s press conference was an attempt to avoid sensitive questions, saying, “I don’t think he avoided it,” and added, “There are many ways to communicate.” “It could happen,” he said.

Prime Minister Han said he watched President Yoon’s interview broadcast and said, “I think the President answered many issues with sincerity.”

Prime Minister Han responded to the criticism that President Yoon’s remarks regarding First Lady Kim Kun-hee’s suspicion of receiving luxury bags did not meet the public’s expectations, saying, “The people will make all final decisions, including such matters.”

In addition, regarding President Yoon’s failure to meet with Democratic Party leader Lee Jae-myeong, Prime Minister Han said, “Not meeting does not mean that the administration does not respect the ruling party and the opposition party,” and added, “On the contrary, there are times when there is a perception that the opposition party plays a central role in the National Assembly. “It’s quite a lot,” he said.

Meanwhile, in response to a question from People Power Party lawmaker Woo Shin-gu asking about his evaluation of former President Syngman Rhee, Prime Minister Han said, “We have laid the foundation for establishing a government and laid the cornerstones of a free Republic of Korea, including land reform, compulsory elementary school education, equal voting rights for men and women, and the signing of the Korea-U.S. Mutual Defense Treaty.” “There are many achievements that lead to this,” he said. “So far, only President Syngman Rhee’s political mistakes have been highlighted too much, and I agree that an objective and balanced evaluation of his achievements is necessary.”

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