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government and the ruling party are promoting the introduction of a'loss compensation system' that the state compensates for the losses of self-employed people due to coronavirus.

There was a meeting yesterday (24th) where the government, the ruling party, and senior officials from the Blue House gathered to discuss this.

This is Lee Hyun-young.


Yesterday evening, a private high-ranking party administration council was held at the Prime Minister's Consulate in Samcheong-dong, Seoul.

Representative Lee Nak-yeon from the ruling party, Secretary General Yoo Young-min from the Blue House, and Prime Minister Jeong Sye-gyun from the government were known to have discussed the big framework of the loss compensation system.

It is reported that the ruling party made a report at the party level on how to implement the Loss Compensation Act.

The Democratic Party is pushing ahead with a plan to pass the so-called'Three Acts for Win-Win Solidarity', such as the Loss Compensation Act, the Profit Sharing Act, and the Social Solidarity Fund Act, at an extraordinary National Assembly in February.

Deputy Prime Minister Hong Nam-ki, who expressed concerns last week that some of the ruling party put up a bill that would put up to 24 trillion won per month in narat money, said, "Financial is not fire and water," he was absent for health reasons.

When an observation was made about whether it was uncomfortable about the loss compensation system due to Deputy Prime Minister Hong's absence, the Ministry of Information and Transportation was known to have denied that "Deputy Prime Minister Hong has a severe cold.

Earlier, Prime Minister Jeong Sye-gyun refuted the criticism that the loss compensation system was'providing budgets', saying, "It is natural to compensate for the operating loss caused by the government's administrative order."

In addition, a passport official predicted, "First of all, we will prepare the basis for compensation in the law, and specific support plans will be promoted by making detailed plans through enforcement ordinances or rules."