Alumnus Kim Hyun appointed as standing member of the Korea Communications Commission
Department of History, class of 84... the 19th National member of Congress
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Kim Hyun, an alumnus of Hanyang University for the class of 84, was appointed as the new top member of the Korea Communications Commission.
On August 20, the blue house announced in a written briefing, "President Moon Jae-in will appoint Kim Hyun and Kim Hyo-jae as standing members of the Korea Communications Commission under Article 5 of the Act of Establishment and Operation."
Prior to this, the National Assembly held a session on the 30th last month to process Kim's recommendation by the ruling and opposing parties. Kim Hyun became a nominee under the name of Democratic Party. Kim's term of office will run from August 24 to August 23, 2023.
Meanwhile, after graduating from Hanyang University's Department of History, Kim served as a lawmaker in the 19th National Congress and served as director of Chunchu and a spokesman for the main opposition Democratic Party of Korea.
Global News Team
Translation by: Lee Hee-jin
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