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The official election campaign for the presidential election started today (15th).

For the next 22 days, the opposition and opposition candidates will fight to win the presidential election.

Democratic presidential candidate Lee Jae-myung, who has claimed that he is the right person for political change, is campaigning for the first day, starting from Busan and going up to Seoul.



This is reporter Yoo Soo-hwan.



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At 0 o'clock this morning, I met with Democratic Party candidate Lee Jae-myung, who started his first schedule at the Busan Port Maritime Traffic Control Center in Yeongdo-gu, Busan at the same time as the official election campaign began, and delivered the message that he would become a competent economic president.

[Lee Jae-myung/Democratic Presidential Candidate: The Republic of Korea



's economy will surely revive, and let's all expand to the continent and ocean to become a world-leading nation (I wanted to give it a meaning)]



After meeting with citizens at Bujeon Station, we plan to visit Daegu, Daejeon, and Seoul one after another to appeal for support.



From the first day of the election campaign, it is a strategy to go to semolina by sweeping the entire country along the Gyeongbu Line uplink.



Former CEO Nak-Yeon Lee is in Gwangju, and CEO Song Young-Gil is in Daejeon.



Candidate Lee, who held a press conference in Myeong-dong, Seoul yesterday, emphasized national unity, saying, "If necessary, I will not even use the term Lee Jae-myung government."



Promise once again to promote constitutional amendment within the term of office, he said that he would accept a four-year term for the president and shorten the term for this purpose, and practically guarantee constitutional powers, such as the right to recommend ministers, by introducing a system of recommendation by the Prime Minister and National Assembly.



Candidate Lee, who visited the Seoul National Cemetery earlier, visited the graves of former presidents Dae-jung Kim, Young-sam Kim, Jeong-hee Park, and Syngman Rhee in turn, emphasizing 'unification'.

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