The media asked when to leave for the election, South Korea Yu did not respond


Following the Democratic Progressive Party’s Kaohsiung City Councilor Chen Zhizhong, the mayor of Kaohsiung, South Korea, may be invited to the presidential election on the 14th and 15th. The United Daily News also reported that he had taken leave from the 16th. South Korea Yu participated in a flag-raising ceremony today, but did not respond to the media questioning.

At the noon of the Kaohsiung City Government Sports Development Bureau, the Kaohsiung team of the 108th National Games held a flag swearing in the city’s four-dimensional administrative center. The team was awarded the flag by the Korean Yu, and the players were blessed to win the game and return.

Before the ceremony of the swearing-in ceremony, South Korea’s office went upstairs when the office went downstairs, and repeatedly asked questions “When to take time off” and “Whether to take leave on the 16th,” but South Korea’s Yu only answered “Thank you.” “.” After the event arranged for Korean Yu and the players to take a group photo, the media seized the opportunity to follow the question until Han stepped up the stairs, but still did not respond.

When South Korea began to take time off to enter the presidential election, it became the focus of attention. First, today’s United Daily News reported that “there was a news disclosure on the 15th after the completion of the municipal meeting, and began to take time off on the 16th”; then the Apple Daily e-newsletter said that “noon on the 15th to ask for a general election”.

Ye Hao, the deputy mayor of the mayor who may be acting as the acting mayor, said “not being informed, not knowing”. In addition, the Kaohsiung City Office of Personnel and Administration stated that “the Mayor’s fake order was not seen until noon”, and the Information Bureau also responded to the absence of leave information; the competition also clarified that “no relevant notice was received”.

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