Lee Jae-myung’s declaration of renunciation of the privilege of non-arrest
“A surrender document that renounces the role of checking the legislature”
Former leader Song Young-gil, who left the Democratic Party of Korea over allegations of money envelopes at the national convention, said Lee Jae-myung’s announcement that he would put down his privilege of not arrest is a surrender document to give up the legislature’s role of check.
Former representative Song appeared on CBS radio’s “Kim Hyun-jung’s News Show” on the 21st and said, “How can the legislature fight such a prosecution dictatorship without the privilege of arrest? It is a surrender line to give up the privilege of arrest against the prosecutor.”
Referring to the rejection of Lee’s arrest motion once, former representative Song said, “(Lee’s renunciation of the privilege to arrest) is a more active struggle to fight the frame. “Prosecutor General Yoon Suk Yeol, the act of giving up under this dictatorship is to give up because it is the opposition party.”
Regarding the alleged money envelope, former representative Song said, “I told you that I would take political responsibility to deal with the situation, and that I didn’t know personally or legally,” adding, “If you try to tie me up in court, I will fight thoroughly.”
“It is not easy for a party leader to leave the party. “I’m tearing up, but I came out because I thought I shouldn’t burden the party,” he said, adding, “Wouldn’t the prosecution be conducting a planned investigation to catch me now until the end?”
He said to the Democratic Party of Korea, “I hope we can fight properly,” adding, “All democracy is moaning in the complete prosecution dictatorship right now.”