|Four candidates are preparing an announcement for the open hearing.|
|/Photograph by You Eun-sun|
On November 17th, candidates for the 49th General Student Council (GSC) and the 30th General Coed Student Council (GCSC) had the first joint open hearing at Choheodang Seminar Roon, at 6:30 P.M. Four candidates from two parties (Candidate Park Kyoung-gun and Kim Min-ju from Check-Mate Party for the 49th GSC, Candidate Kim Ye-jin and Kang Hyun-joo from Ready-Action for the 30th GCSC) participated in this hearing. Agendas of the last Students’ General Meeting, Student Welfare and Student Union Fee, the university policies, and President Park Geun-hye Gate were the four agendas discussed at the hearing.
Both Check-Mate Party and Ready-Action Party announced that they will try to fulfill the agendas decided on the last Students’ General Meeting held on October 11th. The Students’ General Meeting decided agendas regarding suspension of President Han Taesik (Bogwang), the withdrawal of the suspension of Kim
Geonjung, the former vice chairperson of the GSC, the
formation of a management committee made up of both faculties and studentsthe Kim Min-ju, the candidate of Ready-Action said, “I believe that the decision made on the meeting is directly related to the intention of students on campus. It is reasonable for us to follow them.” Also, Park Koung-gun, the candidate of Check-Mate said, “When it comes to the Students’ General Meeting, which is the biggest legislative organization on campus, the most important thing is to care about what happens after the decisions were made.”
In regards to the student welfare, Check-Mate Party announced that they will cover the problem about AJ Network, Wi-fi, reserving lecture rooms, reorganization of the smoking areas on campus and others. Ready-Action Party also agreed with Check-Mate Party about the need for the suggested promises. In addition, Ready-Action Party said they will conduct the campaign donating sanitary pads to the low-income girls.
Both parties showed their firm attitudes towards the university policies and President Park Geun-hye Gate. Park Kyoung-gun, said, “The university policies conducted by the government such as PRIME and CORE Projects is undemocratic and rough-and-ready.” Kim Ye-jin, also said, “We can criticize that the process of the university policies did not include collecting students’ opinion.” With regard to the rally of the youth coping with the President Park Geun-hey Gate, both parties express their intention to join the rally and fulfill responsibility as university students and citizens of the country.
The board of representatives is going to hold the second joint open hearing on November 21st, at Sang-young Hall on the 8th floor of Sang-young Bio Hall of the Bio-medical Campus.
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