Partial acceptance of the highest ranking 'no nomination'
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[Reporter Kim Hye-min of the Asian Economy] The Nomination Committee of the Future Unification Party virtually withdrew the nomination of Congressman Min Kyung-wook, who won the race in the candidate for Yeonsu-gu, Incheon.
The acting chairman Lee Seok-yeon announced this through briefing shortly after the afternoon meeting on the 25th. The agency said, “Today, the Election Commission made a decision to violate the election law for Min's campaign.”
As a result, the GCC requested the nullification of the nomination of the candidate for Min, and also recommended Min Hyeon-ju and Min Min, who had won the contest together, as candidates at the same time. It was delegated to the highest final decision.
The Governor of the Republic of Korea also recommended the ex-chairman of the Former Geumjeong-gu Office of Won Kyung-hee and the Commonwealth of the Commonwealth of the Commonwealth of the People's Republic of Korea Kim Won-gil, respectively. Two of the four nomination zones accepted the leadership's decision.
However, as a 'future maker', it was decided to delegate the nominations to Uiwangwacheon and Hwaseong, Gyeonggi Province, which strategically nominated young candidates. The agency also criticized that “the highest rankings were in the act of jurisdiction that apparently contradicted the constitution.”
The top will hold a closed meeting at 8:30 pm on the same day to discuss the decision of the official. Particular attention is paid to whether or not to accept requests for nominations for lawmaker Min Kyung-wook, who is classified as a close aide of Hwang Kyo-an.
By Kim Hye-min, reporter firstname.lastname@example.org