“I do not insist on additional payment of disaster aid”… Seeking a rebound in approval ratings


Democratic presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung has virtually withdrawn his claim that he will no longer insist on additional payment of disaster aid. He declared a head-on breakthrough, saying that he would strongly demand a special prosecutor on the suspicion of large-scale dong.

First of all, reporter Koh Ji-hyun.

Democratic Party candidate Lee Jae-myung and his wife Kim Hye-kyung went to watch the 4th game of the Korean Series of professional baseball.

9 days after the fall accident, Kim went public without notice, which is interpreted as an intention to block various malicious rumors surrounding the cause of the accident.

This candidate also blitzed out the existing controversial positions.

It has virtually withdrawn from insisting that it will no longer insist on additional payment of disaster aid, a facet of a head-on clash between political parties.

[이재명/민주당 대선 후보 : 충분한 성과를 우리 더불어민주당이 기대한 만큼 못 냈음을 다시 한 번 또 사과드립니다.]

The people’s strength was late, but it was fortunate that they broke their stubbornness.

The Special Prosecutor’s Office also said that he would accept it unconditionally if the opposition and the opposition reached an agreement, even in the sense of a clean break.

However, a tag was attached to the special investigation into the investigation into the insolvency of the Busan Savings Bank, where candidate Yoon Seok-yeol was the chief prosecutor.

The Democratic Party also formalized its integration with the Open Democratic Party and began to gather supporters of pan-passport rights.

It seems that both the presidential candidate and the party have shifted to a full-scale response while warning bells within the party are ringing every day, such as the lack of urgency, the first major hurdle of the Democratic Party, and so on.

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

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