Guk Him, Jeong Jin-seok-Yoo Sang-beom’s ‘Text Wave’ reporter, “We will take appropriate action”

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People's Power Emergency Response Committee Chairman Jeong Jin-seok answers questions from reporters about the text messages exchanged with Rep. Yoo Sang-beom at the National Assembly on the afternoon of the 19th.  Vice Chairman Chung "On August 13th last month, I sent a text message to Rep. Yoo Sang-beom."said  he followed "Of course, I was severely punished and the party leader, who is on probation, spat his words at the party members and party members.  I think I said what I should have said"he explained.

People’s Power Emergency Response Committee Chairman Jeong Jin-seok answers questions from reporters about the text messages exchanged with Rep. Yoo Sang-beom at the National Assembly on the afternoon of the 19th. “This is a text message I sent to Rep. Yoo Sang-beom on August 13, last month,” said Chung, the non-chairman. He continued, “Of course, I was severely punished, and the party leader, who is on probation, ranted at the party members and party members, how can I not say that the Ethics Committee did not give a warning? I think I said what I should have said.”
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“Journalists should also reflect.”

On the morning of the 20th, when Jeong Jin-seok, chairman of the People’s Power Emergency Response Committee, issued a disregard for journalists, the People’s Power Media Bureau announced legal action against individual reporters.

The People’s Power Media Bureau said, “We plan to take appropriate measures” on charges of defamation and other charges against a reporter who captured and reported the contents of a text message between Rep. Yoo Sang-beom, an ethics member of the Central Ethics Committee, and Chairman of the Central Ethics Committee.

The People’s Power Media Bureau issued a press release on the 20th and said, “‘Chairman Jeong Jin-seok, who texts Lee Jun-seok about the disciplinary action of former representative Lee Jun-seok,'” “The public’s power expresses strong regret that false information was reported without checking the exact facts, and we plan to take appropriate action soon.” emphasized that

 

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Jeong Jin-seok, chairman of the People's Power Emergency Response Committee, is exchanging text messages with Rep. Yoo Sang-beom at the general assembly for the election of the new floor leader held at the National Assembly in Yeouido, Seoul on the morning of the 19th.  Chairman Jeong wrote, 'We should warn you of the act during severe disciplinary action~', and Rep. Yoo Sang-beom wrote a message saying, 'If you are charged with sexual assault, you should upload it together and be expelled.'

Jeong Jin-seok, chairman of the People’s Power Emergency Response Committee, is exchanging text messages with Rep. Yoo Sang-beom at the general assembly for the election of the new floor leader held at the National Assembly in Yeouido, Seoul on the morning of the 19th. Chairman Jeong wrote, ‘We should warn you of the act during severe disciplinary action~’, and Rep. Yoo Sang-beom wrote a message saying, ‘If you are charged with sexual assault, you should upload it together and be expelled.’
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Previously, a photojournalist reported on the 19th a photo of the cell phone screen of the chairman of the Chung Bi-dae, exchanging text messages with Rep. Yoo. The content in the photo was that when Chairman Jeong said, “We should warn you of the act during severe disciplinary action~”, Rep. Yoo replied, “If you are charged with sexual abuse, you should upload it together and be expelled.”
But there was another reporter who took the picture. On the 19th, the photojournalist entered the People’s Power National Assembly General Assembly for the election of the floor representative and took the photo as “full duty (a method in which several media companies select a turn to report and then share photos – reporters)”. Wah and the photographer wrote an article about ‘pool photos (photos taken and shared by the pool attendant)’ at 11:48 am on the 19th, almost at the same time.

The People’s Power Media Bureau responded to the question of ‘Why did you foretell legal action against the photojournalist of during the related reports?

After the report was published, Rep. Yoo resigned from his position as an ethics committee member when it became controversial that Rep. Yoo, an ethics committee member who had to protect independence, discussed the disciplinary action of former CEO Lee with the eldest brother of the party’s ‘pro-yun (Chin Yun-seok-yeol)’ eldest member, Jeong Bidae. .

In response, Chairman Chung explained on Facebook on the 19th that the content was a text message exchanged on August 13th. He said, “On that day (August 13), former party leader Lee Jun-seok volunteered to hold a press conference and attacked our party tremendously,” he said. The intention was to warn them of such indiscriminate remarks and abusive language towards people.”

Former CEO Lee criticized on Facebook, saying, “The ethics committee and the non-commissioned chairperson predict the results of the police investigation and discuss disciplinary action and give orders.

 

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Representative Yoo Sang-beom of People's Strength attends a meeting of measures held at the National Assembly on the morning of the 20th.

Representative Yoo Sang-beom of People’s Strength attends a meeting of measures held at the National Assembly on the morning of the 20th.
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On the other hand, Chairman Chung said, “It is regrettable that Rep. Yoo’s resignation as an ethics committee member after the ‘National Brand Conference’ event held at the National Assembly on the morning of the 20th was “unfortunate.” “, he pointed out.

He continued, “I’m also a journalist, but shouldn’t I be reporting the truth?” He continued, “How do you report a text message exchanged on August 13, a month ago, rather than a text message exchanged at the President of the National Assembly yesterday, as if it were a text message exchanged yesterday? Isn’t it conveying false news to people. Journalists should also reflect on them.”

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