Highest turnout in 28 years
“Corona 19 decision to ‘pull well’ in the event of a situation”
18- to 116-year-olds to celebrate the event of a ‘precious one vote’
Adherence to anti-defense guidelines in a mature citizenship
‘Operation 007’ fire when self-segregation vote
‘48.1cm’ chaos on proportional ballot
On The 15th, the husband of Kim Mo, 64, who lives in Seoul’s Donggu District, left the house after almost two months. Her husband, who suffers from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, has refrained from going out in late February because of fears of infection after a new coronavirus infection (Corona 19) spread. On this day, however, he took a hard step to exercise a “precious vote.” Mr. Kim said, “Honestly, Neither nor my husband likes the political party i took. Still, he said, “I’m afraid that if I give up voting, I’m going to be scared of the voters.”
● “Corona 19 decision to vote”
Corona 19 did not dampen the people’s eagerness. According to the Central Election Commission, the national turnout for the 21st general election was 66.2%, compared to the 14th general election in 1992 (71.9%). It reached its highest level in 28 years.
In the heat of the hot vote, there was a serious public sentiment that looked at the hardships of the War of the United States. Among the citizens whom the Dong-A Ilbo reporter team met at the polling place, many said, “Rather, they decided to vote because of the Corona 19 crisis.” Kim Hyun-kyu, 37, who met in Songpa-gu, Seoul, said, “I went through Corona 19 with my whole body and realized how important the role of politics is and why I should vote well.”
Voters looking at the government’s Corona 19 response have been divided into “defending the regime” and “judgment of the regime”, depending on their circumstances. Yunmo, 47, who lives in Yangcheon District, said, “I have been disappointed with the ruling party so far, but I want to give it a good response to Corona 19 and give it a boost.” On the other hand, mr. Park Mo, 70, who is self-employed, earns less than one million won a month with Corona 19. Alba students had to be sent out,” he said, adding, “The government that has soured the common people is so sad.”
It was also followed by 18-year-old high school voters who were the first to cast their ballots under the revised public election law. “On the way to the reading room, I stopped at a polling place for Songpa-gu Seokchon Path,” said Kang Mo-kun, 18, who is studying because he cannot sleep these days. He asked, “Will the vote change the world more than 20 minutes more?” Lee Kang-hyun, 18, said, “It was a pity that i couldn’t vote for a party that supported me when I didn’t have the right to vote, but this time I finally made a wish.”
The elderly were also strong in their willingness to vote. At 9 a.m., Park Myung-soon, 117, the highest-ranking voter in Gwangju, visited the Munheung 1-dong Administrative Welfare Center in North Gwangju and voted. Born in 1904 shortly before the compulsory signing of the Korean-South Korean Protocol, Grandma Park is said to have participated in all direct elections since the founding of the Republic of Korea. She said, “I will definitely vote for the next presidential election.” After the vote, Grandma Yong-yong, 116, who lives in the clearing side of The Okcheon County, Chungbuk, said, “We will continue to vote as long as health permits.” The recent scandal sparked by the production and dissemination of n-bang sexual exploitation has also influenced the vote. Mr. Yeo, 23, who lives in Yangcheon District, Seoul, said, “I came out with a long ing desire for even one member of parliament who could represent the identity of a woman to enter the National Assembly.”
Mr. Han, 19, who jumped to the polling place at the New Woo-route party in Yeongyongpo-gu with one minute left at 6 p.m. to close the ballot, said, “I’m so glad I didn’t get the time to vote because of the chores.”
●’Voting Protection’ Mature Citizenship Shines
It also showed a mature civic spirit that wanted to show public sentiment by voting. At polling places in most polling places across the country, voters followed the orderly and calm instructions. In the morning, about 60 citizens, all wearing masks, lined up at 1-meter intervals and waited for their turn. However, in order to prevent the spread of Corona 19, there were also photos of people stamping and posting “certified shots” on social media, even though they were instructed to “don’t stamp your hands” on the back of your hands.
After the 6 p.m. general vote ended, individual voting began for voters who had contactwith corona 19 confirmors or were self-isolated from their country. Only those who did not have fever or respiratory symptoms were allowed to vote, but they separated the voting time from other voters to prevent an unlikely infection. Of the 59,918 self-isolated people nationwide, 13,642 (22.8%) who did not have fever or respiratory symptoms applied to vote.
The self-segregation vote sparked the “007 operation.” The same was true for Lee Ju-hyun, 26, a self-isolated man who left his home in Shingil-dong, Yeongyong-po-gu, around 5:52 p.m. It was a one-minute walk from my home to the polling place, but there were many foot-foot shops, PC rooms, convenience stores, etc., and there were concerns about contact with other citizens. Seung-min Lee, the head of the budget team, maintained a 2-meter distance from Mr. Lee in a tense mug, and restrained other passers-by from approaching him.
After stocking his body temperature, disinfecting his hands, Lee wore surgical gloves and entered the polling place. Pollsters, wearing protective clothing, thick gloves, and goggles, handed out ballots and envelopes and signed them. After the vote, Mr. Lee returned home. In a telephone interview with Dong-A Ilbo, he said, “I was worried that I would miss the right to vote this time, which I had never given up on. With so much help, I’m glad i was able to cast a precious vote.”
● Confusion on the ‘48.1cm ballot’
Citizens who received a 48.1 cm proportional representation ballot with the names of the 35 largest parties ever voted for it, struggled to find a political party to vote for. Mr. Park Yun-ja (71, yeo) sighed, saying, “I know what the short (district candidate ballot) is, but the long thing (the proportional representation ballot) seems to have been taken wrong because i don’t know it.” After the election, many of the officials struggled to share their hands at the ticket ingenuity scene.
Of the four former presidents, the only one who failed to vote in the April 15 general elections was former President Park Geun-hye. Former President Park, who is imprisoned at the Seoul Jail in Gyeonggi-yi, has yet to be sentenced to two years in prison for intervening in the nomination of the Saenuri Party. Former President Lee Myung-bak was on bail at the level of “home detention” and was unable to leave his home, so he voted for a house at his home in Nonhyun-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul. Former President No Tae-woo, who is also in nursing care, also voted for his home in Yonhee-dong, Seodaestationer. Former President Chun Doo-hwan reportedly cast a preliminary ballot.
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