news agency, Seoul, August, 12 (reporter Ceng Nai) Korean President Wen moon Jae in nomination two Chong Wa Dae Chief Secretary on 12. Three chief secretaries have been replaced. < p > < p > on August 7, the head of the qingwatai secretary’s office and five chief secretaries resigned collectively, saying that “they should bear corresponding responsibility for the recent situation”. This is the first moon Jae in Chong Wa Dae since the Wen in power. On the 10 day of
, Wen Yin nominated Cui Zaicheng, Jin Zonghao and Kim Ji Nan as the new chief secretary, Chief Secretary of the civil affairs and Chief Secretary of the civil society of Chong Wa Dae, and was appointed the following day.
12, Chong Wa Dae spokesman Jiang Minshuo said at a press conference that Wen Yin nominated Zheng Wanhao and Yin Changlie as the new chief secretary and Chief Secretary of the communication between Chong Wa Dae and the people. If there is no special case, it will be formally appointed on 13. Zheng Wanhao, born in 1958, was born in the media industry. He served as policy secretary in the Roh moo Hyun government, and served as the head of KT media department and deputy governor of Jiang Yuandao. Yin Changlie was born in 1967 and has been working in the state adjustment room. After the establishment of Wen Yin Yin’s government, he served as the national adjustment room, the social adjustment director and the chief executive officer.
South Korean public opinion believes that the frequent change of officials in recent years is mainly due to the public’s controversial views on a series of economic policies and the negative news of many officials of the ruling party, resulting in a sharp decline in moon Jae in support. < p > < p > at a press conference on the 12th, the responsible person of qingwatai said that among the five newly replaced chief secretaries, three were those who had only one house or had no house under their name; the other two had two houses, but both had signed a house sale contract and would deal with the surplus property. (end)