Minjoo “If you don’t go down the renewable energy path, the Yoon Seok-yeol administration will be fooled for 5 years”

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Source: Yonhap News

Kim Seong-hwan, chairman of the Democratic Party’s policy committee, responded to President Yoon Seok-yeol’s criticism of the Moon Jae-in administration’s nuclear-free policy for ‘five years of stupidity’, saying, “If we don’t follow that path, the Yun Seok-yeol administration will be stupid five years later. You will be judged for doing it,” he said.

Chairman Kim said at a policy coordination meeting held at the National Assembly today, saying, “In the era of the climate crisis, the path that the Yun Seok-yeol government should take is not the most powerful nuclear power, but the most powerful in renewable energy.”

Chairman Kim said, “There are 441 nuclear power plants in operation around the world, and 203 nuclear power plants are to be shut down by 2050, and only 52 new ones.” The world is recognizing that it is an industry,” he said.

Korea has the world’s best technology in coal power generation, but we are not expanding coal power generation because this technology is not worth it in an era of climate crisis.” It’s a reality to focus on.”

Chairman Kim also said, “It is true that nuclear power technology is also the best in the world, but we cannot hold ice in our hands and hope that it will not melt in midsummer,” he said. .

Regarding the real estate policy of the Yoon Seok-yeol administration, he said, “I cannot find a big difference with the policy of the Moon Jae-in administration.” He said, “The 3rd Law on Lease, which was treated as a social evil that it should be abolished immediately, was slightly supplemented and announced as a countermeasure. pinched.

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He continued, “If the comprehensive real estate tax (special property tax) imposed on high-priced multi-family dwellings is reduced or exempted, the imbalanced development of the country will intensify,” he said.

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