“The misfortune of World Scout Jamboree could have been sufficiently prevented.”

In addition, Democratic Party lawmaker Lee Won-taek (Jeonbuk Gimje-Buan-Choseon) said this in a phone call on the 6th. At the ‘2023 Saemangeum 25th World Scout Jamboree’, which is being held in Saemangeum, Buan, Jeollabuk-do, lack of preparation and poor management led to an ‘early resignation’ situation. there is. Despite Rep. Lee’s remarks at the time, Gender Equality and Family Minister Kim Hyun-sook is criticized for not fulfilling her responsibilities consistently with complacent answers such as “I have put all the measures in place.”

According to the minutes of the National Assembly meeting on the 6th, Rep. Lee told Minister Kim at the plenary meeting of the Gender and Family Committee of the National Assembly on August 18 last year, “Facilities such as drainage facilities, toilets, and water fountains are being delayed. If done wrong, readiness can be quite an issue.” Saemangeum, where the Jamboree is currently being held, is in Lee’s constituency. To Rep. Lee’s point, Minister Kim replied, “What has been delayed is the process for changing the use permit with the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries, and Saemangeum Fruit and Vegetables, but it is almost complete.”

At the plenary meeting on this day, Minister Kim’s complacency was also pointed out as he had not even been to the Jamboree preparation site. Rep. Lee asked Minister Kim, who replied, “I haven’t been to the Jamboree site yet,” “I hope I can go to the site soon.” The intention was that it was urgent to find out what kind of problems there were in the field.

● “Raising the problem of countermeasures outside the field”먹튀검증

At last year’s parliamentary audit held two months later, Rep. Lee pointed out the lack of preparation for the Jamboree. On October 25 last year, Congressman Lee asked, “Will the World Jamboree, which is 10 months away, go well?” To this, Minister Kim replied, “Of course.” When Minister Kim replied confidently, Rep. Lee specifically said, “Measures against heat waves or heavy rain, measures against scattering dust, pest control, countermeasures for tourist convenience facilities, and programs inside and outside the base must all be checked.” I want you to be aware that you may face adversity.” At the same time, he added, “I am telling you because I am worried because I see it on the spot,” and added, “This responsibility will be asked by history to the minister.” In response to Lee’s repeated criticisms and concerns, Minister Kim replied, “We have prepared all measures against typhoons and heatwaves,” just as he did during the general leisure committee meeting. Minister Kim visited the Jamboree site in September of last year, the month after the plenary meeting.

Rep. Lee toured the Jamboree site on the 6th. Rep. Lee said in a phone call, “The biggest problem was that the Ministry of Education, which is the leading ministry, failed to properly establish plans and measures based on the field,” and “I thought a strong warning was needed, so I repeatedly pointed it out in the National Assembly.” Rep. Lee continued, “We respect the decision of each country’s delegation to continue the Jamboree,” adding, “Let’s make the event as safe as possible even now.”

● Hunno, Jamboree crippled ‘your fault’

The ruling and opposition parties continued the ‘blame battle’ over the Jamboree incident. People’s Power Chief Spokesman Kang Min-guk met with reporters on this day and said, “If you want to find out where the responsibility lies, wouldn’t it be with the Moon Jae-in administration and the former and current governors of Jeonbuk Province?” Since it was a project attracted by the Moon Jae-in administration and the Democratic Party’s North Jeolla Province governor has served as the chairman of the executive committee, the opposition party should take responsibility for poor preparations. Next, Chief Spokesperson Kang said, “A budget of 100 billion won was invested over six years, and the people are suspicious of whether the event could be insufficient like this.” will,” he said.

The Democratic Party refuted, saying, “If it goes well, blame me, if it doesn’t, blame others. The repertoire is boring.” Democratic Party floor spokesperson Hong Seong-guk said in a written briefing that day, “It is pitiful that no one is taking responsibility for the large and small incidents that occurred under the Yoon Seok-yeol administration, and they are looking for a scapegoat to pass the responsibility on.” is the minister of the central government. What has the current government done after 15 months in office? What do you have to say to blame the former government?”

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