The President’s office responded that it “doesn’t care” about former Gyeongnam Governor Kim Gyeong-soo’s position that he did not want a special pardon and parole at the end of the year.
A high-ranking official in the presidential office said in a phone call with Yonhap News on the 14th , “President Seok-yeol Yoon is not the style to react to this,” and “the basic principles and keynote for amnesty will not change.”
Another key official responded coldly on the phone, saying, “The special pardon is still in the process of being reviewed, and nothing has been decided.”
The previous day, former Governor Kim said, “I do not want parole,” through his wife, Kim Jeong-soon, through a handwritten ‘application for non-parole’ posted on his Facebook page.
His wife, Mr. Kim, also conveyed former Governor Kim’s will, saying, “I firmly refuse to pardon former President Lee Myung-bak, who becomes a bridesmaid, and pardons that match the assortment.”
This was interpreted as a response to the prospects of some that even if President Yoon pardoned former governor Kim, he would only be exempted from the remaining sentence until May next year and would not offer a lottery ticket that paved the way for his return to politics.
Inside and outside the presidential office, there is an atmosphere of speculation that former governor Kim’s side saw that the possibility of reinstatement was not high and that this position was made to claim that he was a victim of ‘political retaliation’.
A passport official said in a call, “
It is pointed out that there is no sign of self-reflection even after being convicted and convicted by the Supreme Court, which has a majority of Supreme Court justices 토토사이트 appointed by former President Moon Jae-in after being prosecuted after being investigated by a special prosecutor for the accusation of the Democratic Party of Korea.
Another official also criticized, saying, “The election master who shook the foundation of democracy is cosplaying as a prisoner of conscience.”
Inside the passport, there were reactions such as “I don’t even think of anyone to give rice cakes to, but I play drums and drums by myself” and “I’m very ‘self-absorbed’ (self-absorption) over things that have not been concluded.”
President Yoon is expected to carry out a year-end special envoy on the 28th .
While an amnesty for former President Lee Myung-bak is likely, attention is being paid to whether politicians from the ruling and opposition parties, such as former Deputy Prime Minister Choi Gyeong-hwan and former Blue House Chief of Staff Jeon Byung-hun, will be included.
In this regard, an official in the presidential office showed a cautious attitude, saying, “No one has currently confirmed a pardon,” and “All the stories that have come out so far are prospects.”