Rebut on each issue to raise suspicions about whether or not there was an unfair inspection and the reason for punishment.
(Seoul = Yonhap News) Rep. Lim Hyung-sup and Park Kyung-joon = The Cheong Wa Dae and former special inspector Kim Tae-woo continue to argue over the activities of special inspectors of the presidential office of civil affairs and anti-corruption.
If investigators point out the problems of special investigation activities and the injustice of the disciplinary actions against them in the form of reporting to some media, the presidential office of Cheong Wa Dae appears to be repeating its rebuttal by saying, "He is making false claims to clear his own suspicion."
◇ "There was an unfair inspection" vs. "justice inspection"
Investigators Kim released a list of intelligence reports he inspected to some media on Wednesday.
The report also disclosed a list of intelligence reports that Kim wrote when he was a member of the special inspector group.
As a result, suspicions were raised that a special inspection team of Cheong Wa Dae even inspected the private sector.
However, Cheong Wa Dae spokesman Kim Eui-gyeom responded, "Excluding the business status of the former prime minister's son and the trend of the bank president, the rest is a legitimate spying."
In particular, when Kim brought in intelligence on the business situation of his son, and the bank chief's trend, he issued a stern warning against him and took corrective measures to prevent him from inspecting beyond his scope, according to Kim.
In addition, Kim said the two intelligence sources were immediately disposed of and did not use them for impure purposes.
However, when asked if there have been any reports of inspections in the private sector since the corrective action, Kim said, "I am not sure about that. "It may come to light (in the course of a legitimate range of intelligence activities), and there are practices that people who deal with criminal information have done," he said. "Please understand by taking measures such as warnings to change the practice."
♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪Attention to 'Woo Yoon-geun's Suspicion' Again
There is also a conflict between the two sides over why Kim was reprimanded for returning to the prosecution after being inspected inside the presidential office of Cheong Wa Dae.
"Prosecutors Kim was warned of inappropriate behavior in August 2018 and returned to Korea this time because of new irregularities," Kim said in a briefing.
"In the process, we didn't report the visit to the upper house and made dozens of phone calls to the investigation's investigation team," Kim said.
However, Kim said in an e-mail to some media that he wrote a report on the suspicion that Russian Ambassador to Russia Woo Yoon-geun received 메이저사이트추천 10 million won in September 2017 with the job request and received 100 million won in connection with the savings bank scandal.
They say that no action was taken against the intelligence, but that they were expelled from Cheong Wa Dae after being inspected.
"In January next year, Kim was scheduled to return to the prosecution anyway, and he knew that," Kim said. "It is completely inconsistent that we sent him back for political reasons now because of the September 2017 report."
Apart from Cheong Wa Dae's explanation, however, there are suspicions that Woo's case cannot be clearly explained.
On the suspicion that a businessman gave 10 million won to Woo with a job request, Woo said, "That's not the case at all.
However, there are suspicions that the money was actually returned to Woo as his close aide borrowed 10 million won from him in 2016.
The extent to which suspicions related to Woo were reported is another issue.
"The reports were reported sequentially to Park Hyung-cheol, senior presidential secretary for civil affairs Cho Kuk, and chief of staff Lim Jong-seok," Kim said. "We received feedback from the special inspector general that Lim said, "We need to come up with countermeasures."
Meanwhile, Kim said, The case was not reported to Lim. "It is not true that I mentioned that I had reported it to him," Lim told reporters at the National Assembly.
On top of this, Woo was reported to have said in a telephone interview with some media that Lim had contacted the ambassador and asked about his position in question