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holiday, political battles continued over the suspicion of Daejang-dong development.

Gyeonggi Governor Lee Jae-myung expressed his will to break through the front by expanding the public development profit return system that had been implemented in Gyeonggi-do throughout the country, and People's Strength Assemblyman Hong Jun-pyo visited the site of Daejang-dong and called for a thorough investigation.

Correspondent Han Se-hyeon.


Gyeonggi Governor Lee Jae-myung announced that he would change the laws and systems so that the 'reduction system for public development profits' applied in Gyeonggi-do could be expanded nationwide.

At the same time, he insisted, "It will be a signal for the dissolution of the vested interests in civil engineering."

Governor Lee explained the background for the promotion, saying, "Even though we blocked the private development project and returned KRW 550.3 billion to the public, we decided to see the black propaganda pouring into the 'Daejang-dong public development project'."

The Lee Jae-myung camp filed a complaint with the prosecution on charges of dissemination of false information and defamation of three people, including Kim Ki-hyun, floor leader of the People's Power, who made a statement yesterday (19th) that "the development planner of Daejang-dong is active in the Lee Jae-myung camp." .

In the Power of the People, Representative Hong Jun-pyo visited Daejang-dong, Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do.

"The 'Daejang-dong development' was led by Seongnam City and gave hundreds of billions of won to leeches sucking the blood of ordinary people," he said.

[Hong Jun-pyo / People's Strength Representative: (Lee Jae-myung said that he would resign as a presidential candidate if there was anything related to (Daejang-dong suspicion)...)

Does that mean you're going to resign?

Resignation is not the issue, but if (the governor) is involved, he should go to prison.]

Former lawmaker Yoo Seung-min also jumped into the debate saying that there were suspicions that Lee's aide had fled abroad before the incident, and former Jeju governor Won Hee-ryong said, "The government It is embarrassing and somewhat embarrassing that the Lee Jae-myung camp only accuses the opposition party representative, etc., without attending the audit witness and answering the special prosecutor.

(Video coverage: Kim Seung-tae, video editing: Park Jeong-sam)