Seok-Yeol Yoon, “Priority support to the poor, rather than throwing cash”


People’s Power Presidential Candidate Yoon Seok-yeol also showed off his economic promises and completed the schedule as scheduled. We presented customized jobs for each generation and priority support for those in need rather than throwing cash at the core.

Continuing to be reporter Eom Min-jae.

People’s Strength candidate Yoon Seok-yeol focused on the economy and jobs as his first promise as a presidential candidate.

Candidate Yoon said that the ultimate goal of politics is to make the people happy and that he will usher in an era of national happiness through customized job policies for each generation, class, and region.

We pledged to strengthen digital competencies for those in their 20s to 50s, actively support small and medium-sized enterprises to advance into new industries, while nurturing the convergence industry centering on the Jungwon Belt in the Chungcheong region.

He also made it clear that he would give priority to welfare finance to the underprivileged.

[윤석열/국민의힘 대선 후보 : 무차별 현금 뿌리기가 아니라, 어려운 계층부터 우선 지원하겠습니다.]

As an example, the standard for the payment of the National Basic Livelihood Security livelihood benefit was expanded from 30% of the median income to 35% of the median income.

The emphasis on private job creation and selective welfare in this pledge seems to be aimed at creating public jobs under the current government and differentiating it from candidate Lee Jae-myung’s universal welfare.

Justice Party candidate Shim Sang-jung emphasized on his social media welfare innovation for military servicemen, saying that the salaries of soldiers should be at least the minimum wage.

People’s Party candidate Ahn Cheol-soo, who toured Yeongnam for a week until yesterday (25th) and looked at public sentiment, focused on the presidential election without a public schedule today.

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

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