Yoon Seok-yeol “I will lower the age at which I can run for president”… youth courtship

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The message emphasized by presidential candidate Yoon Seok-yeol was youth. He reached out to the younger generation, saying that he would consider lowering the age at which he could run for president from the current 40 or older.

Next is reporter Kim Soo-young.

People’s Power Candidate Yoon Seok-yeol, who is said to have focused on the formation of the Party Election Countermeasures Committee, without holding a public schedule.

On his social media account, he announced that he would consider lowering the age limit for running for president, which is set at 40 under the current constitution.

Foreign countries told young people that the age limit is “35 years old in the United States, 18 years old in France” and “would you like to become Korea’s Macron?” In 2017, French President Emmanuel Macron, who took office at the age of 39, as an example It was put forward.


Candidate Yoon also mentioned a bill proposed by People’s Strength lawmakers on the 10th to lower the age for running for parliamentarians and local government heads from 25 to 18. .

It is interpreted as a promise aimed at the votes of the 20th and 30th generations.

While the outline of the election committee has not been fully revealed with the exception of the chief of staff and the spokesperson, an official from Yoon’s side said that the election of the election committee will be announced after the general election chairperson is confirmed.

Justice Party candidate Shim Sang-jung attended the ceremony held at the Jeontaeil Bridge in Cheonggyecheon, Seoul to commemorate the 51st anniversary of the martyrdom of Jeon Tae-il.

Ahn Cheol-soo, the candidate of the People’s Party, said on social media that, in a situation where growth has stopped after industrialization, is the only way left for us to achieve advancement through science and technology, and appealed to support himself who can do it best.

(Video coverage: Kim Seung-tae, Video editing: Kim Jin-won)

Reference-news.sbs.co.kr

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