Choi Jae-hyeong, former chief of the Board of Audit and Inspection, who is the leader of the People’s Power, criticized the National Federation of Trade Unions (KCTU), which predicted a general strike in October, and suggested a meeting with Justice Party lawmaker Ryu Ho-jeong, who recently wrote a column calling for changes in the Confederation of Trade Unions.
On the 4th, former president Choi said to his social network service (SNS), “The KCTU criticized Yang Kyung-soo’s arrest and said that he would pay it back with a general strike in October. It hasn’t dried out yet. What did you do for the dying family head while fighting to the end for the chairman of the KCTU?” he asked.
He continued, “The self-employed are dying due to the corona prevention guidelines, but the KCTU is claiming that ‘the July 3 Workers’ Congress was conducted peacefully and not a single case of COVID-19 infection occurred’. He repeatedly criticized the union.
Former President Choi said, “I want to meet you once.” I want to have a conversation.” Rep. Ryu suggested to the JoongAng Ilbo, which is classified as a conservative media recently, ‘The Confederation of Trade Unions behind the Youth Fair… Chairman, is it fair?’ and argued for changes in the KCTU. (Seoul = News 1)
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