The Democratic Party’s Innovation Committee announces the 2nd innovation plan “Let’s use your name when voting on the arrest motion”

Chang Kyung-tae, chairman of the innovation committee of the Democratic Party of Korea, interviewed about the party’s innovation plan at the National Assembly Hall on November 28, last year. By Kwon Ho-wook, senior staff reporter

On the 12th, the Party Innovation Promotion Committee of the Democratic Party of Korea proposed changing the voting method for the arrest of a member of the National Assembly from the current secret ballot to a write-in ballot, and forming a citizen jury so that citizens can participate in the deliberation of disciplinary action for lawmakers.

The Democratic Party Innovation Committee held a press conference at the Democratic Party of Korea in Yeouido, Seoul on the same day and announced the second innovation plan. Earlier, on the 6th, the Innovation Committee announced the first innovation plan with the aim of banning more than three-term candidates in the same constituency.

The Innovation Committee said, “We propose to remove the controversy over the Bulletproof National Assembly and the National Assembly, and to be strict in front of the people.” In addition, it was proposed to change the provision of the National Assembly Act that states that the current arrest motion must be voted on within 24 to 72 hours from the time the motion for arrest is reported to the plenary session, saying, “Let’s vote immediately after the plenary session is reported.”

The Innovation Committee recently said that the number of disciplinary cases by the Special Ethics Committee of the National Assembly was 0 cases in the 18th and 19th National Assembly, 1 case in the 20th National Assembly, and 0 cases so far in the 21st National Assembly. did. It was also proposed to form a citizen jury to decide on disciplinary action. The Innovation Committee said, “If disciplinary action against a member of the National Assembly was referred to the Ethics Committee, it was Hamhung. And let’s listen to the opinions of the citizen jury,” he suggested.

The Innovation Committee proposed to strengthen the suspension of attendance from the current ‘within 90 days’ to ‘within 180 days’ when speaking at a plenary meeting or committee, even though it knew it was a clear falsehood. The Innovation Committee also proposed to ban the provision of congratulatory and congratulatory money from local residents, such as local members of parliament or local government heads. Currently, members of the National Assembly and local government heads cannot give congratulations or condolences to local residents during condolences or investigations.

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