Lee Nak-yeon “It is wrong to evaluate the Moon Jae-in administration differently from the facts” Rebutting ‘differentiation’ within the party

Lee Nak-yeon, co-chair of the National Vision and National Integration Committee of the Democratic Party of Korea, attended the ‘Policy Meeting for the Realization of a Technology-led Innovative Economy’ at the National Vision and National Integration Committee Innovation Vision Meeting held at the second small meeting room at the National Assembly Building in Yeouido, Seoul on the 12th. He is showing a locked expression. / National Assembly Photo Reporters

On the 12th, former Democratic Party leader Lee Nak-yeon criticized the ‘differentiation’ movement within the Democratic Party, including some of the presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung, saying, “It is wrong to evaluate even the achievements of the Moon Jae-in government differently from the facts.”

Lee, who served as the co-chair of the Democratic Party’s National Vision and National Integration Committee, said at a vision innovation meeting held at the National Assembly on the same day, “It’s an election period in the Democratic Party including our comrades these days, but even the achievements of the Moon Jae-in government are evaluated differently from the facts. There is no tendency to This is wrong.”

“I believe that at least the Democratic Party should fairly recognize the achievements and mistakes of the Moon Jae-in administration in all fields and pursue development on that basis,” said former President Lee. “He said.

Former CEO Lee said, “The Moon Jae-in government has focused on policy and financial support by setting these three industries as future strategic industries, such as system semiconductors, biotechnology, and future cars. We have been doing it and we are already seeing the results.”

Lee’s remarks on this day are interpreted as remarks aimed at the recent movement between Candidate Lee and the Democratic Party to strengthen differentiation from the Moon Jae-in administration in order to respond to the regime’s judgment theory.

Reference-www.khan.co.kr

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