Lee Jae-myung, leader of the Democratic Party of Korea, said today (29th), "The diplomatic disaster is spilled water, but let's prevent an economic disaster."

In a post on Facebook today, CEO Lee said, "People are increasingly suffering from high inflation, high interest rates, and high exchange rates, trade deficits, stock prices, and household debt burden."

“It is a great crisis for our economy and a crisis for people’s livelihood,” he said.

This position is interpreted as meaning that the opposition and opposition parties should come together to solve the problem of people's livelihood, separate from the controversy that arose from the visit of President Yoon Seok-yeol.

In a speech by the representative of a negotiating group at the National Assembly yesterday, President Lee responded to the controversy over President Yoon's visit, saying, "I will respond strongly to damage to the national interest and national status." has revealed.

In a Facebook post, CEO Lee also emphasized, "The government's expression of its will to respond to a crisis to minimize external economic vulnerability and quick initial action will be a clear signal both at home and abroad."

In order to stabilize economic sentiment, CEO Lee urged the government to promptly implement measures such as suggesting household debt measures, limiting temporary short selling, and signing a Korea-US currency swap.

He continued, "We will do what our party can do first," he said.

"The Democratic Party is ready to take on any role, so let's work together to prevent an economic disaster and overcome the crisis," Lee added.

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