New Wave Presidential Candidate Dong-yeon Kim revealed the back story on the 9th, saying, “When the Moon Jae-in administration (as deputy prime minister for economy) took measures against real estate, there was a big fight with the Blue House and the castle went to and fro. It happened while reporting to the president.”
Candidate Kim, who served as the first Deputy Prime Minister of the Moon Jae-in government, appeared on the economy-specialized YouTube channel ‘Sampro TV’ and said, “There was a chief of the Blue House and a chief of staff, and almost anything ‘1 to 15-20’. The economy at that time was Hong Jang-pyo. He was the chief, but Kim Soo-hyeon, senior social worker, did real estate. The policy director was Jang Ha-seong,” he said.
He said, “Two things collided. I was in the position that a political ideology should not be incorporated into real estate, and I talked about expanding supply because a policy to curb speculation was not enough.
He also said, “I won’t say who it is about (multi-homeowner) capital gains tax (heavy duty), but the core of one said ‘100% taxation of the difference between transfers’. So I was surprised and said, ‘Are you crazy. This country is not a socialist country’ “I refused,” he said.
He said, “At the time, I suggested ‘You can defer the transfer tax for a multi-family home for two years and then renew it after two years and raise it by 5%,’ he said. But I continued to be stubborn, so the secretary who was present even said, ‘Are you protesting against the president?'” he said.
He continued, “After the decision was made and I came out, the chief and the chief of staff came along and had a great fight. I even said very harsh words and even made a fuss. I said ‘I’m going to quit’ when I came along.” But I was so angry at the time that I didn’t receive it and said that I would rather upload more.”
Candidate Kim recalled, “There have been several occasions where the city has gone to town. It was the same when the minimum wage was raised sharply and when the corporate tax was raised.”
Candidate Kim said, “Like orchestra conducting, we have to look at the entire real estate issue, from supply, regulation, and regional balanced development, but this government only ‘strengthened regulations’.” I kept insisting, but there are things that the deputy prime minister can decide and there are many things that the president decides,” he said, suggesting that there was opposition from the president.
He said, “No matter how good policies are made, they often fail. The biggest reason is communication with the market and the people,” he said.
Regarding the measures of the Democratic Party’s Lee Jae-myung and the People’s Power Presidential Candidate Yoon Seok-yeol’s measures for small business owners and the self-employed, he pointed out that “there is no reality at all in talking about ’50 trillion won, 100 trillion won, an additional budget by issuing government bonds'” and pointed out, “Next year’s budget of 607 trillion won If 10% of the members of the National Assembly are deducted from the SOC project for the constituency of the National Assembly and restructured, 30 trillion won will come out.
Regarding the real estate supply policies of the two candidates, he criticized them, saying, “Both sides have many problems due to liberal populism. They say they will build 1 million and 2 million units within their tenure, but they can’t build it. Both are lies.”
Regarding the two candidates, he pointed out, “One doesn’t seem to know what it is, and the other throws it around, but economic philosophy seems to be absent in them.”
Regarding Candidate Jae-myung Lee’s promises of ‘the world’s fifth-largest national power (G5), national income of $50,000, and stock price of 5,000’, he said, “It reminds me of the ‘7/4/7’ (former President Lee Myung-bak) promises. Through election slogans and populism It’s an empty story,” he said.
Candidate Kim said, “The next government must hold a real estate hearing within one year of taking office. Success or failure depends on whether you give trust within one year.” He said, “The key to supplying housing is ‘fast track.’ We will implement a ‘housing reservation system’ by creating a fast track so that people can move in until they move in.”
In particular, he said, “We have to break the problem of ‘All-in’ in the metropolitan area.” “The amount of public land has to come out more, and the green belt, which has a low preservation value, needs to be loosened. We have to use different methods,” he said.
Candidate Kim said, “If I come to power, all 300 members of the National Assembly will be opposition parties,” Kim said.
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