Song Young-gil “The party and government gathered yesterday to gather opinions on the nationwide support for next year”
Democratic Party leader Song Young-gil said in relation to presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung’s de facto withdrawal of national disaster relief funds, “This is an inevitable adjustment due to the current budget accounting and various procedures.”
At the first meeting of the ‘Special Committee on Corruption and Corruption in the Yun Suk-Yeol Family’, Song said, “Yesterday, our party office gathered and together with floor leader Yun Ho-jung, we gathered the story of carrying over the issue of the national disaster aid to next year.”
CEO Song said, “Even though there is an estimate of (additional) revenue of 19 trillion won, there are conditions that make it difficult to make an additional budget right away. Although it has been significantly raised to 21 trillion won and 2.4 trillion won has been allocated to the Loss Compensation Act, as the president said in his address on the municipal administration, it was decided to promote thick protection of those who are on the borderline. It is not a concept of insufficient revenue,” he explained.
He continued, “I would like to thank Candidate Lee for understanding this issue and for gathering opinions together.” “Through close consultations between the party offices, we will make sure that small business owners and the self-employed are effectively protected, and we will do our best to expand the medical personnel, which is the most important for the operation of With Corona.” I will do my best,” he said.