[사설] The Chuseok people criticize the ruling and opposition politicians for ‘missing livelihood’

On the 12th, the last day of the Chuseok holiday, returning guests are entering the station at the platform of Seoul Station. news

The ruling and opposition parties reviewed the nation’s public sentiment through the activities of lawmakers returning home yesterday, the last day of the Chuseok holiday, and discussed ways to manage the government in the future. This Chuseok is the first holiday since the inauguration of the Yun Seok-yeol government, and for the first time in three years since the Corona 19 incident, there was no restriction on social distancing. It is the background that the opposition and opposition parties made unusually busy movements to preoccupy the Chuseok public sentiment. However, this Chuseok public sentiment was colder than usual. Corona 19, which is still rampant, prices soaring to the ceiling, and the typhoon that caused enormous damage, the people were not at ease.

It can be said that the responsibility of politicians to wipe the people’s tears and relieve their worries is that great. However, the politicians only caused concern and annoyance to the people due to the endless strife. The Yun Seok-yeol government, which has only been inaugurated for only four months, is facing difficulties in managing state affairs, and the power of the ruling party, the people, is engaged in a muddy battle between ‘Yun Hak-kwan’ (a key person in President Yoon’s side) and former President Lee Jun-seok for the right to take the initiative. . The 169-seat opposition party, the Democratic Party, is focused only on ‘Lee Jae-myung bulletproof’. The political world became a battlefield with the prosecution and police investigation into President Lee and the proposal of the special prosecutors law against Kim Kun-hee. How can the public not be so cold? As confirmed by the ruling and opposition lawmakers, the public’s dissatisfaction with the ‘missing livelihood’ of the politicians reached the brink of explosion.

The people ordered the people to take care of the people’s livelihood and to cooperate with the politicians who were only raising their anger with one voice. “I wish politicians would stop fighting and focus on issues of people’s livelihood,” and “I am tired of arguing for a bowl of rice on a fictional day after saying that I’m only playing with words.” However, yesterday too, both parties were busy criticizing each other. People’s Power Senior Spokesperson Park Jeong-ha aimed at the Democratic Party, saying, “The Yun Seok-yeol government will not compromise against any injustice and will protect the value of people’s livelihood through strict law enforcement.” Jo Jung-sik, secretary-general of the Democratic Party, criticized the ruling party, saying, “It does not show sincerity to take care of the people’s livelihood and overcome the economic crisis.”

The confrontation between the ruling and opposition parties is expected to intensify at the regular National Assembly when the questioning of the government begins on the 19th. It should be avoided to engage in extreme confrontation at the regular National Assembly while interpreting the Chuseok public sentiment as a case of taking over. The opposition and opposition parties should pass without a hitch at the regular National Assembly, livelihood laws such as the Flood Damage Damage Support Act, the Coexistence Act with Large, Small and Small Businesses, and the Parental Care Benefit Act, which can smooth out the wrinkles of low-income households even a little. I want you to find a solution through dialogue and persuasion on issues of livelihood, although you should criticize and criticize what you want to criticize.

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