Jae-myung Lee to the Open Democratic Party, “We have to face a blank slate… We are the Brotherhood”


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Presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung visited the Open Democratic Party talk concert and ignited the great unification of the passports, saying, “We must work together.”

Candidate Lee attended yesterday’s ‘Open Democratic Party Reform Talk Concert’ as a special guest and said, “We are in a situation where we have to face a blank slate.”

He said, “It’s a tough time, so we have to work together.” “Actually, there are a lot of people here who know their faces. They are one-on-one, very independent, active, and politically conscious people.”

He also criticized the Democratic Party, as if conscious of some members of the Open Democrats who opposed the merger.

Candidate Lee said, “The Democratic Party must also change. They say such things within the party. What is the leadership election system?” He said, “Isn’t it 45% delegates 45% right party members 45% 5% citizens? Where is this abnormal structure? He said, “I think the biggest thing is that people feel that it is a problem, but they do not feel that it is a problem.” .

Candidate Lee also said, “The original democratic reform camp is traditionally and essentially inferior to the conservative camp. When you think about how you won at the time, next year’s election is never easy or easy.”

Candidate Lee also recalled, “When I was 15 years old, I was cutting tin in a factory that makes ice cream horizontal refrigerators,” said Lee, aiming at the controversy over People’s Strength candidate Yoon Seok-yeol’s ‘freedom for the poor’.

Candidate Lee said, “Azaleas bloomed in the spring, but seniors went out, but we blocked them out with a black iron gate. At that time, I had a dream that I would never live in prison again, I would never work in prison. Isn’t that the desire for freedom?” .

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