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President Moon said, “The thing I regret the most is real estate… Disaster subsidy, trust in the Cabinet

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President Moon Jae-in greets the national panelists at the ‘Conversation with the People – Daily Life’ held at KBS in Yeouido, Seoul on the afternoon of the 21st. Blue House Photo Correspondents

On the 21st, President Moon Jae-in selected the real estate problem as the most regrettable point during his tenure in ‘Conversation with the People – Daily Life’. It also expressed disappointment about the unstable supply and demand of urea. Disaster relief funds put more weight on selective payment.

■“The thing I regret the most is real estate”

In the 100-minute ‘Conversation with the People’, which was broadcast live on KBS in Yeouido, Seoul that evening, President Moon answered a citizen’s question about what he regrets the most during his tenure, saying, “It’s also a real estate problem. The most disappointing part was that the homeless people, ordinary people, young people, and newlyweds were not given enough opportunities to buy their own homes because of the failure to stabilize,” he said.

President Moon previously laughed at another citizen’s question regarding the real estate issue, saying, “We have finally entered into a difficult problem.” President Moon said, “I have apologized several times for my apologies for the real estate issue. I think it would have been more helpful if the last 2/4 measures had been prepared and implemented a little earlier,” he said. Earlier, on February 4, this year, the government announced a plan to supply 836,000 large-scale housing units nationwide, including 323,000 in Seoul, through public-led complex development and maintenance projects jointly with related ministries.

However, President Moon said, “During our administration, there were more occupants than any previous government. There are also a lot of permits. “There are many quantities planned in the future,” he said. “I think the supply problem will be sufficiently resolved in the future.” President Moon said, “Real estate prices are also entering a fairly stable trend, and the government is aiming for a stable decline for the rest of the period. I will definitely try to find the clue to a solution until the end of my term of office so that difficulties do not pass over until the end of my term.” President Moon said, “Recently, as real estate-related problems have arisen, the government is intensively reviewing measures to recover unearned income or excess profits from real estate development, and to prevent private businesses from enjoying excessive profits, and related bills are also submitted to the National Assembly. It has been submitted,” he explained.

Regarding the number of factors that caused the supply and demand instability, President Moon said, “I wish we had identified the problem earlier.” Almost everything has been resolved.” President Moon said, “The government will take this issue as an opportunity to be more vigilant and manage it well, as problems such as the number of urea can occur with other items at any time.”

Disaster subsidies are “trusted to the Cabinet”

President Moon said, “I trust the judgment of our cabinet,” regarding the issue of the nationwide disaster aid payment, which the ruling party and the government had a conflict with. President Moon responded to a citizen panel remark that said, ‘If we provide disaster aid in the future, we must first help the underprivileged, small business owners, senior citizens living alone, and single-parent families.’ I trust the judgment of our cabinet in deciding whether to give the money to the people of the country, or whether to give priority to those in need or those who have suffered a lot,” he said. are doing,” he said. Democratic Party presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung, who previously had a conflict with Deputy Prime Minister Hong Nam-ki over the provision of disaster aid to the nation (the 6th disaster aid), withdrew his claim.

President Moon said, “The government has organized and supported several additional budgets (additional supplementary budget) to compensate for the losses of small business owners and self-employed people, but I am well aware that the self-employed still feel it is insufficient. We will do our best to use it to provide more rewards.” President Moon said, “We will do our best to provide more support for tourism, travel, and culture and arts sectors excluded from the Loss Compensation Act.”

Regarding the timing of the introduction of the edible treatment for COVID-19, President Moon said, “Before domestic treatment was available, two types of treatment were developed overseas, and we signed a contract to pre-purchase 400,000 doses, and we plan to enter the market in February next year at the latest.” He said, “We are working hard to advance the time of import into Korea.” President Moon continued, “Korea is the third country in the world to develop a treatment for COVID-19,” adding, “Now 11 companies are developing a treatment that can be consumed, and two of them have entered phase 3 trials. So far, the progress has been good, so I have high expectations.”

The post-corona mission is ‘maintaining competitiveness in the manufacturing industry’

President Moon cited maintaining competitiveness in the manufacturing industry as a hot topic in the post-corona era. President Moon said, “Korea is one of the world‘s five largest manufacturing powerhouses.” President Moon said, “In the future carbon-neutral era, ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) management or RE100 (Renewable Energy 100%). “The government will actively support it with all its efforts in that direction,” he said.

Regarding the spread of platform labor, President Moon said, “It is important to prepare well for how to connect jobs that are disappearing due to the 4th industrial revolution and new jobs so that people in existing industries can move to new jobs without experiencing great difficulties. It is a very important task for the government.” President Moon said, “In the case of carbon neutrality, if we say that we are moving to the era of electric vehicles and hydrogen cars, how will we maintain the employment of those who work in the companies that produce the existing internal combustion engine cars and those parts? It is a very important task for the government to be able to move quickly to this new emerging direction and to receive the necessary vocational training,” he said.


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