BEIJING, April 20 South Korean President Moon Seung-hyun nominated Kim Fu-chun as prime minister on the 16th and reshuffled the cabinet of five departmental ministers to focus on “stability” in the remaining one-year term, South Korea’s Central Daily reported Wednesday.
It is reported that Wen’s policy is also reflected in the employment of people. The government focused on “reform” early in its term, when it focused on outsiders such as politicians or professors. Now, bureaucrats are on the move.
Qinghuatai recalibrated its economic policy team in March by replacing former policy chief Jin Shangzu. The head of the policy office, the chief secretary of the economy and the secretary of the economy are all officials of the Ministry of Planning and Finance. Of the cabinet reshuffles available on 16 April, four of the five departmental candidates for ministerial office were officials.
“The legislative issues in the reform agenda are nearing their end, so there is a need for candidates who can be implemented and closed on the subject in a stable manner,” according to the government’s core stakeholders, explaining the background of the appointment of bureaucratic ministers.
Wen is expected to submit an invitation to a personnel hearing for a candidate for state councilor to Congress this week. If The Candidate For Prime Minister, Jin FuQian, Is Formally appointed Through A Hearing, Wen Will Accept His Request For A Small Cabinet Reshuffle In May.
First of all, Wen yuxuan is likely to replace the acting prime minister of the economic vice-premier and planning finance minister Hong Nanji, the state adjustment room director Runzhe is most likely to take his place. In addition, the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Livestock and Food, the Financial Commission and other parts of the restructuring will also be raised.