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* Correction *

The CFOI previously announced that Lee Jong-jin hasn’t submitted any representative proposals. However, this turned out to be a mistake of the person in charge at the CFOI. Also there has been a mistake in the number of joint proposals. Therefore, some corrections have been made regarding this. We deeply apologize to Lee Jong-jin for the mistakes.


  What are the most important activities for the members of the National Assembly?  Legislative activities which make and amend the laws on behalf of the citizens will be the answer.  Using the Legislative Information System of the National Assembly, the Center of Freedom of Information (CFOI) analyzed how active the members of the National Assembly are in terms of legislative activities.

 




  To start with, the number of bills, amendments and resolutions proposed between May 2012 and Jan 30, 2013 by the 19th National Assembly is 2967. 541 bills were passed or handled among these.

 

 

●Number of introducing bills per party for the 19th National Assembly

 

  The Saenuri Party, which has 154 members, proposed 1368 bills and the Democratic United Party, which has 127 members, proposed 1457 bills. 

 

  The Progressive Justice Party, which has 7 members, proposed 89 bills. 6 independent members proposed 29 bills and the United Progressive Party, which has 6 members, submitted 24 bills so far.

 

 

●Average number of proposed bills per party for the 19th National Assembly

 

  Simply put, as for the members of the Saenuri Party, one person proposed 8.9 bills and the members of Democratic United Party proposed 11.5 bills per one person. The members of the Progressive Justice Party and the United Progressive Party proposed 12.7 and 4 bills per one person each. In total, it is possible to say that the entire 300 members of the National Assembly proposed 9.9 bills per one person so far.

 

  While some are active, there are some others who haven’t proposed any bills.

 

 Name (Party)

 Representative Proposal

 Joint Proposal

 Kang Seog-hoon (Saenuri)

 0

 82

 Shim Yoon-joe (Saenuri)

 0

 65

 Lee Un-Ryong (Saenuri)

 0

 38

 Chang Yoon-seok (Saenuri)

 0

 75

 Boo Jwa-hyun (Democratic United)

 0

 39

 Lee Seok-ki(United Progressive)

 0

 35

 

●List of the members of 19th National Assembly without representative/joint proposal

 

  Kang Seog-hoon, Shim yoon-joe and Chang Yoon-seok of the Saenuri Party, Boo Jwahyun of the Democratic United Party and Lee Seok-ki of the United Progressive Party had no representative proposals at all. Above six people only participated in lawmaking activities through joint proposals. Relying on others, they did not manage to submit their own proposals.

 

  Of course, the high number of bills proposed does not automatically mean it is good. Furthermore, abusively proposing low quality bills as a way of showing tangible result should be avoided. However, the fact that they haven’t proposed any bills by themselves as someone who represents the citizens means that they neglected their duties. Doesn’t this deserve criticism? 

 

 

*Lee Un-Ryong (Saenuri Party) became a member of the National Assembly as of January, as a substitute of the president-elect, Park Geun-hye.

*The data related to Kang Seog-hoon (Saenuri Party) was left out due to the data omission which has been revised now.


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