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|▲ Justice Party representative Lee Jung-mi holds a press conference at the Ulsan City Council Press Center at 10:30 am on the 25th and proposes ‘three tasks to respect labor’.|
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On the 25th, Justice Party representative Lee Jung-mi, who visited Ulsan, held a press conference at 10:30 am at the Ulsan City Council Press Center prior to visiting the labor site and proposed ‘three tasks to respect labor’.
The three tasks for respecting labor he proposed were ‘immediately stopping policies that ignore labor rights and hostility to labor’, ‘reinforcing labor rights’, and ‘supporting the state so that people who want to work can work’.
As the background for the proposal of the three major tasks to respect labor, CEO Lee said, “In the face of a severe economic crisis, President Yoon Seok-yeol says he will find a solution by holding only the wrong answers that the Republic of Korea has been clinging to for the past decades.” I think. They say they will cut taxes and loosen all kinds of regulations to open a flower path for sure.”
He continued, “They say they will push workers into the swamp of long-time work and allow them to use dispatched labor to their heart’s content. Is there,” he pointed out.
At the same time, he said, “I desperately realized that the only way to prevent the historical regression of the Yoon Seok-yeol government and save labor and people’s livelihood is for the Justice Party to stand properly.” did.
He added, “I know very well that this is the only way to send trust again, saying, ‘Let’s protect progressive politics’ in the general election next year.”
After the press conference, CEO Lee Jeong-mi held a meeting with the Daewoo Bus branch, which is struggling to ‘withdraw layoffs’ at the Ulsan City Party of the Justice Party. Then, a meeting will be held with Seojin ENG, a workplace that struggles against dismissals in Dong-gu, Ulsan, and workers at the funeral home at Ulsan University.
Next, we plan to meet Ulsan Science University cleaning workers who have been protesting in front of the main gate of Ulsan Science University in Hwajeong-dong, Dong-gu, Ulsan since June 16, 2014, demanding a ‘living wage to live on.’
In particular, at 4:00 p.m., he will meet and talk with Kim Jong-hun, head of Dong-gu Office in Ulsan, of the Progressive Party, and will also join the memorial cultural festival for the late Ok-hee Noh, Ulsan superintendent of education.