December 7th According to a Yonhap report, on the 7th local time, South Korean President Moon Jae-in said at the meeting of chief secretary and auxiliary officers of Qingwatai, “The political chaos worries the people.
As president, I deeply apologize, and I hope that the chaotic situation will not continue, but will become the last pain on the road to reform.” South Korea’s News Agency said that this was Moon Jae-in’s first apology for the intensification of legal prosecution contradictions.
South Korea’s procuratorial organs have been criticized for their excessive power. After Moon Jae-in took office, he vigorously promoted the radical reform of the procuratorial organ.
Against this background, on November 24 this year, the Minister of Justice Qiu Meiai ordered Attorney General Yin Xiyue to suspend his post, only to trigger collective protests by prosecutors at all levels across the country on an unprecedented scale.
The conservative camp also used this to verbally condemn Moon Jae-in.
Since then, the “fighting method” between Qiu Meiai and Yin Xiyue has continued to escalate. Yin Xiyue applied to the court for suspension of duty and filed an administrative lawsuit against Qiu Meiai.
On December 1, the Supervisory Committee of the Ministry of Justice of South Korea considered and found that the order of Qiu Mei-ai to order Yoon Seok-yue to suspend her post for inspection was improper.
On the same day, the Seoul Administrative Court suspended the suspension of duty, and Yoon Seok-yue immediately returned to work.
It is understood that the Ministry of Justice of South Korea will convene a disciplinary committee on the 10th to discuss the punishment of Yoon Seok-yue. South Korean public opinion generally believes that the “contradiction of legal inspection” will last for a period of time.