At the dinner held last night at the Hannam-dong official residence between President Yoon Seok-yeol and the leadership of the People’s Power, the dinner attendees said there was no discussion of political issues.
Jeong Jin-seok, chairman of the People’s Power Emergency Response Committee, met with reporters before the Korea-Japan National Assembly football tournament held this afternoon and said, “After the president moved to the Hannam-dong mission, we had lunch with the leadership of the strength of the people for the first time.” It was a place to promise that the power of the people should fulfill its responsibility and role as the ruling party rather than the story.”
Yang Geum-hee, chief spokesperson of People’s Power, who was present at the meeting, also met with reporters at the National Assembly this afternoon and said, “It was not a place where specific issues were pending such as the Itaewon disaster or the issues of the state. exchange investigation.” It was a time of encouragement and comfort from lawmakers asking for help as it was a serious time.”
Chief Spokesman Yang added, however, that “the president briefly mentioned what the administration would do in the future regarding the cargo union logistics strike.”
He said, “When the dinner was over and he got up, the president hugged Jin-seok Jeong and patted him on the back, and then hugged Ho-young Joo, the leader of the floor.” I saw you off,” he explained.
Regarding this, he criticized the Democratic Party, saying, “The attitude of the government and the ruling party talking casually in a situation of serious national crisis is surprising.”
Seo Yong-joo, spokesman for the Democratic Party of Korea, held a briefing session at the National Assembly this afternoon and said, “Even after promising cooperation with the opposition in front of the people, they only emphasize harmony between the president and the ruling party.” It was just a lie for the sake of drawing.”
Deputy Speaker Seo added, “It is clear that public trust cannot be gained by running state affairs that only sees the opposition as an object of political oppression.”