Monday, November 29

Candidates who refuse to pay condolences… The Blue House also “does not send harmony”

The political reaction was markedly different from when Roh Tae-woo passed away last month. The presidential candidates of each party expressed their intention not to pay tribute, and the Blue House and the Democratic Party decided not to send any harmony.

This is Hwa Kang-yoon, staff reporter.

At the funeral hall of Severance Hospital in Sinchon, where the burial place of Mr. Jeon was built, the bereaved family, Sun-ja Lee, and the former chief of the security department, Jang Se-dong, stayed until late at night.

However, only politicians from the 5 Republics or former soldiers from the Hanahoe came to visit, and ordinary citizens were rare.

Last month, Democratic Party candidate Lee Jae-myung, who visited Roh Tae-woo’s burial place to pay tribute, said, “Mr.

[이재명/민주당 대선 후보 : 결코 용서받을 수 없는 범죄에 대해서 마지막 순간까지도 국민께 반성하고 사과하지 않았습니다. 이 중대 범죄 행위를 인정하지도 않았습니다.]

In the morning, Candidate Yoon Seok-yeol, who expressed his condolences and expressed his condolences, also

[윤석열/국민의힘 대선 후보 : 전직 대통령이시니까 가야 되지 않겠나 생각하고 있습니다.]

He changed his position saying that he had finally decided not to pay tribute in the afternoon.

Last month, Mr. Jeon appeared to be concerned that the incident he had defended by saying, “Politics was good” would be recalled.

Justice Party candidate Shim Sang-jung said, “Even death without reflection is guilty.”

The Blue House, which sent flowers to Roh Tae-woo’s funeral last month, decided not to send condolences or flowers this time.

Democratic Party leader Song Young-gil nailed it, saying that harmony, condolences, and the head of state were all impossible, and Lee Jun-seok, leader of the People’s Power, also drew a line saying that although members of the party are free to pay their respects, he himself will not attend.

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