페이지 정보작성자 한일갈등타파연대 작성일 22-06-09 14:50
[statement] Yoon Seok-yeol's government should disclose the full text of the Foreign Ministry's interview with Yoon Mi-hyang!
The Lawyers' Association for Human Rights and Unification on the Korean Peninsula held a press conference on the Japanese military Sexual Slavery issue on May 26 and disclosed a document on the meeting between the Foreign Ministry's director of Northeast Asia and Yoon Mi-hyang.
Although the document includes the Japanese government's responsibility for the Japanese Military Sexual Slavery agreement, Prime Minister Abe's apology and self-reflection, and the Japanese government's budget for compensation (establishment of a foundation) worth 1 billion yen, but many of them have not been made public.
December 27, 2015, the day before the Korea-Japan agreement, the document of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Yoon Mi-hyang added doubts as both the "confidential" and the announcement of Yoon Mi-hyang's position were redacted.
In other words, Yoon Mi-hyang insisted on invalidating the agreement, saying, "the government consistently neither had any consultation with the victims themselves nor with the victims' groups Japanese military sexual slavery," but the released document alone is far from convincing to the public.
Rather, the last government fully trusted Yoon Mi-hyang 's organization, Chung Dae-hyeop's remarks and helped crime suspects through the Japanese Military Sexual Slavery victim protection, support, and commemorative project. But the Yoon Seok-yeol government, which has pledged to abolish the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family, should not repeat prior mistake.
Yoon Mi-hyang was indicted in September of last year on eight charges of violating the Subsidy Management Act, fraud, violation of the Donation Products Act, business embezzlement and breach of trust. The trial is underway.
To be concise, Chung Dae-hyeop is accused of using the budget of 100 million won for personal purposes (for embezzlement) and obtaining 360 million won in subsidies by deceiving the federal government and local governments (violating the Fraud and Subsidy Act).
Also, the charges of donating and donating 79.2 million won to Jeong Eui-yeon are still active concerning the former Japanese Military Sexual Slave Gil Won-ok, who lived at the Mapo Rest Area of Jeong Eui-yeon.
This also meets in the context of allegations of coercion in donation agreements, including the late senior Bae Chun-hee, which was controversial due to the donation of her property to a sharing house in Kyung gi province.
At this time, the Korean government should not avoid historical facts in order to improve relations with Japan.
To correct the lie of CEO Yoon Mi-hyang, who denied the Japanese Military Sexual Slavery agreement itself, is the first step in solving the problem.
Therefore, the current government should speed up its investigation into the Yoon Mi-hyang case by disclosing the full text of the Foreign Ministry's document.
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