President Yoon Seok-yeol attended the People’s Power Conference yesterday (28th). President Yoon strongly criticized the former Moon Jae-in government at this meeting by comparing it to an insolvent company, and also said that he had no choice but to fight against the forces claiming that 1 plus 1 equals 100 against criticism from the opposition party over Japan’s discharge of contaminated water.
Reporter Kim Ki-tae is on the sidewalk.
Amid the cheers of the lawmakers, the people’s power banquet메이저놀이터 was held for two consecutive years.
President Yoon Seok-yeol assessed the past year that the country has been pushing for non-stop expansion of diplomatic horizons as a global pivotal country.
At the same time, he criticized the former Moon Jae-in administration by comparing it to an insolvent company that is flashy on the outside but has no substance.
[President Yoon Seok-yeol: I have a lot of dizzying thoughts about what would have happened to this country if we had not joined forces during the last presidential election and literally brought the right to run state affairs.
] In particular, he emphasized the importance of an ideology that will properly lead the country.
[President Yoon Seok-yeol: The most important thing is ideology. Ideology is not an outdated ideology, but a philosophy that can lead the country properly.]
Regarding the Fukushima polluted water problem, he said this.
[President Yoon Seok-yeol: These are people who say that 1 plus 1 equals 100. We have no choice but to fight against these forces.]
It is interpreted as a remark aimed at the opposition parties who are launching a rental offensive in relation to the discharge of contaminated water.
Regarding governance, President Yoon said that when a bird flies, the left wing and right wing should fly together, but he had a wild idea about the direction of flight and said that if the direction is different, that is not possible.
These remarks clearly revealed President Yoon’s perceptions regarding pending social conflicts such as contaminated water, and the relationship between the ruling and opposition parties is not expected to be smooth in the future political situation.