Park Ji-won “Motherland, founding a new party and running in Gwangju… wait and see”
Park Ji-won, former head of the National Intelligence Service, predicted that former Justice Minister Cho Kuk, who is rumored to run in next year’s general elections, would form a new party and run in Gwangju.
On the night of the 16th, former director Park appeared on KBS Radio’s ‘Joo Jin-woo Live’ and said, “I think I will run,” to a question related to the “running rumor토토사이트,” and said, “If you look closely at Wording, I wonder if I will not choose the Democratic Party and create a new party.”
Previously, on the 10th, former Minister Cho visited Pyeongsan Village, Habuk-myeon, Yangsan-si, Gyeongsangnam-do and met with former President Moon Jae-in, and then posted on Facebook, “I am thinking about what to do in the time of backwardness and regression where everything in the Moon Jae-in government is denied and disparaged.” “I will walk the ‘road without a road’ without a map or compass,” he said.
Park added, “Didn’t I say I was going to go down a new road? There is a possibility of an independent or a new party, but I put weight on the formation of a new party. It is my opinion and my judgment.”
He said, “Minister Cho Kuk’s constituency is Gwangju.”
“If former Minister Cho founded a new party and goes to Honam, it would not be the idea to wear a badge. There is a bigger dream. That’s why the current Democratic Party needs to innovate well,” he said. didn’t even
Meanwhile, former Director Park also predicted that Lee Jun-seok, former representative of People’s Power, would create a new party with former Congressman Yoo Seung-min. Park said, “It is because President Yoon Seok-yeol, the prosecution, and Yoon Haek-gwan (a key official of President Yoon Seok-yeol) are nominated,” he said. .