Ahn Cheol-soo announces his third presidential candidacy

▲ People’s Party

Ahn Cheol-soo, leader of the People’s Party, has officially announced his candidacy for president. On the morning of the 1st at the National Assembly Lawn Plaza, CEO Ahn said, “I have witnessed a change of government countless times so far, but only repeated a shift in corruption. do,” he claimed.

Ahn presented the construction of a science and technology-oriented nation as the first vision. He promised, “I will create the position of deputy prime minister for science and technology along with a drastic reorganization of the government.” This is Ahn’s third presidential challenge after 2012 and 2017. He said, “If I am elected, I will receive an intermediate evaluation in the middle of my term,” he said. Regarding the question of whether the reader completed the race in the gap between the huge two parties, Ahn replied, “I came out with the goal of winning the election,” and said, “I will change the government.”

However, the major presidential contenders for the People’s Power have been courting Ahn for unification. Candidate Hong Jun-pyo appeared on CBS Radio that day and said, “We can form a common government.” CEO Ahn reaffirmed the reader’s will to complete the race.

On the other hand, the camp for former Deputy Prime Minister Kim Dong-yeon, which also occupies the third zone, was downplayed as “just another declaration of the old-fashioned politics”. Representative Ahn countered, “The order is to reveal the position of the Moon Jae-in government’s public works.”

Meanwhile, Justice Party presidential candidate Shim Sang-jung, who registered as a presidential candidate with the Election Commission on the same day, visited the Industrial Bank of Korea branch of the financial union, which is promoting a four-day week system, and exchanged opinions on the representative promise of a four-day week system. Candidate Shim said, “The four-day work week has already been thrown away.” “Work-life balance (work-life balance) becomes the standard of life for the 2030 generation, and now that everyone has experienced the possibility of shifting work patterns in the digital age is the time to move forward to a four-day work week. time,” he said.

Reference-www.labortoday.co.kr

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