Lee Jae-myung, a member of the Democratic Party of Korea, is talking with residents at the ‘Shall we walk together’ event with Lee Jae-myung held in front of the Gyeyangsan outdoor performance hall in Gyeyang-gu, Incheon on the afternoon of the 18th. photo = news 1
Democratic Party lawmaker Lee Jae-myung met with supporters on the 18th and demanded refraining from excessive expression, saying, “Radical, harsh, and repressive actions will only intensify hostility.”
Rep. Lee said at the outdoor performance hall in Gyeyangsan, Incheon on the same day, saying, “If you make a radical expression, your opponent won’t change your mind.”
He added, “Even children react when they are over-repressed. What’s the use of expressing oppressive expressions to lawmakers who are constitutional institutions?” he added.
It is interpreted that before the national convention, he asked the strong supporters, called ‘dog daughters (daughters of reform)’, to refrain from reckless attacks on other party power holders.
Rep. Lee said, “The owner of a political party is the party members, and the country is the people. It is a real problem that this very natural principle is not implemented,” he said.
Shin Yong-hyun, reporter at Hankyung.com email@example.com
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