It was confirmed that the Democratic Party’s Elected Evaluation Committee, which is in charge of evaluating active members of the Democratic Party of Korea ahead of next토토사이트 year’s general election, finalized the 21st National Assembly member evaluation implementation regulations and reported it to the party’s Supreme Committee on the 13th. It was discovered that during the last general election, a provision was made to deduct points from the evaluation even if a member of the National Assembly was indicted by the prosecution, and this time, a mechanism was installed to require the National Assembly member to go through an explanation process.

Previously, the Democratic Party launched an elected evaluation committee composed of 12 people from outside the party in July. It is reported that they recently finalized the evaluation indicators for active members through seven meetings, and reported and explained the evaluation indicators at the party’s supreme committee meeting on the morning of the 13th.

According to the Democratic Party on this day, the Elected Official Evaluation Committee was found to have modified the current evaluation index from deducting 20 points from the performance of public service ethics even if they were indicted by prosecutors when evaluating active members during the last general election. According to the enforcement regulations for the 20th National Assembly member evaluation, lawmakers who were criminally prosecuted were to have 20 points deducted in the field of performance of public service ethics.

However, it is known that the 21st National Assembly member evaluation enforcement bill reported by the Elected Official Evaluation Committee on this day includes a mechanism for the party to submit explanatory materials to the party rather than automatically reducing the number even if a member of the National Assembly is indicted. Experts and others will look at the explanation materials of the indicted lawmakers, judge the legitimacy of the prosecution’s indictment, and decide whether or not to reduce the number of cases.

In relation to this, a Democratic Party official said, “During the last general election, the Democratic Party was the ruling party, so there was no need to worry about prosecutorial oppression, so we deducted points because we thought there would be some merit if the prosecution prosecuted, but now, as political prosecutions by the prosecution are continuing one after another, we have deducted points. “It is a complementary device,” he explained.

It is reported that the enforcement regulations for the evaluation of active members also include an item limiting the number of members who can give good scores to each player when evaluating fellow members. Previously, if a member of the National Assembly could make a relative evaluation of all fellow members, the percentage of people who could give a high score was limited to each player.

The Elected Evaluation Committee plans to finalize the final draft next week after hearing opinions from the highest level.

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