Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-yeol lifted charges of interfering with the exercise of ex officio abuse rights in connection with the suspicion of the Supreme Prosecutor’s Office’s “judge inspection”.
The Seoul High Prosecutor’s Office announced on the 8th that it was difficult to admit the charges of President Yoon in relation to the analysis document by the court, and that it had disposed of no charges.
The Seoul High Prosecutor’s Office said, “With the prosecutor general’s command excluded, the facts were investigated with the people involved in the case, including the prosecutor general.” I reviewed it, but I found it difficult to admit the charges,” he explained.
Previously, former Justice Minister Choo Mi-ae filed a suspicion of Yoon’s inspection of a judge in November last year and requested disciplinary action, and requested this to be investigated by the Supreme Prosecutors’ Office. President Yoon said that the Office of the Supreme Prosecutors’ Office of Investigation and Information Policy (currently the Office of Investigation Information Officer) collected information on the judiciary of important cases and created and distributed a document called’Analysis of the Judiciary in Major Special and Public Security Cases’.
Meanwhile, the Seoul High Prosecutor’s Office said that the criminal department continued to investigate the controversy over the controversy in the investigation of the seizure and search of the Ministry of Justice and the Supreme Prosecutor’s Office, which were transferred from the Supreme Prosecutors’ Office.
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