[전두환 사망]The possibility of a funeral is low … Democrats “impossible”

The funeral of former President Chun Doo-hwan, who died on the 23rd, is unlikely to be held as a national funeral.

According to the Ministry of the Interior and Safety, the decision of whether or not to be the head of state is a matter of deliberation by the State Council, and the final decision is made by the president. The State Funeral Act requires that the death of a former or incumbent president or president-elect, a person revered by the people who has left a remarkable mark on the nation or society, dies. Regarding the procedure for deciding whether to be the head of state, it is stipulated that ‘the president shall make a decision after deliberation by the State Council upon the recommendation of the Minister of the Interior and Safety in consideration of the opinions of the bereaved family’. The Ministry of Public Administration and Security is still discussing funeral procedures, and it has not been decided whether or not to propose a proposal to the State Council.

Jeon, who attended the appeals trial held in Gwangju on August 9, is leaving the office after 25 minutes complaining of health problems. yunhap news.

If the head of state is strictly adhered to, the Minister of Public Administration and Security recommends it to the State Council to go through the deliberation process, just like in the case of former President Roh Tae-woo in October. In this case, an ad hoc cabinet meeting is held to decide whether or not to head the state, but no ad hoc cabinet meeting was held at the time of the death of former President Roh, since a regular cabinet meeting was scheduled to be held. If the government decides not to serve as the head of state, the Minister of Public Administration and Security will not make the request itself. When a national funeral is conducted, the Prime Minister will be in charge of the chairperson of the funeral committee, and an executive committee, chaired by the Minister of Public Administration and Security, is established under the funeral committee to oversee funeral procedures.

Article 1 of the National Burial Act stipulates that the purpose of the Act is “This Act contributes to national unity by performing reverently and solemnly the funeral of a person revered by the people who has left a remarkable mark on the nation or society” have. It is also possible to interpret that the national head of the Jeon family does not meet the purpose of this law.

Within the ruling party, there are negative voices against Chun’s head of state. Cho Oh-seop, floor spokesperson for the Democratic Party of Korea, met with reporters after the floor plan meeting on the same day and asked whether the state head would be the head of state for Mr. “It is impossible for Chun to be held as the head of state, and I have hope that it will not happen,” he said.

When asked whether former President Chun Doo-hwan dies when former President Chun Doo-hwan dies at the time of the death of former President Roh Tae-woo in October, Prime Minister Kim Bu-gyeom said, “Isn’t he the same weight of responsibility for this case? Above all, there has been nothing to ask for forgiveness for historical reconciliation or to admit mistakes.”

Among the past presidents, there were two cases in which funerals were strictly observed as a national funeral, including former President Kim Young-sam and former President Roh in 2015. The funerals of former presidents Syngman Rhee and Boseon Yoon were held with family heads, the funerals of former presidents Roh Moo-hyun and Choi Gyu-ha were held with the national funeral, and the funerals of former presidents Kim Dae-jung and Park Chung-hee were held with the director. The head of the country and the head of the Kookminjang were merged into the head of the nation in 2011.

Reference-www.khan.co.kr

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