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In a television debate on the KBS presidential election preliminary candidate that afternoon, former Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun and Rep. Park Yong-jin pointed out that “Governor Lee changed his language in relation to basic income.” Former Prime Minister Chung asked, “It seems that the language changes frequently and confuses the people. Are you ready to abandon your basic income pledge?” In response, Governor Lee argued that “basic income is not the number one pledge, and there has been no change after stating the sequential and gradual introduction,” and then “if the people agree, 50 trillion ~ By reducing the tax exemption amount by about 60 trillion won (about 4.9 trillion yen to 5.9 trillion yen), we will secure 500,000 won (about 49,000 yen) per person, and if the people fully agree, through the tax increase It will be introduced in earnest. ” Governor Lee said, “If you don’t change your language and gain policy trust, you can’t avoid pointing out that there is a disagreement in words and deeds. You shouldn’t have anxious politics.” It’s a one-sided idea, “he said, expressing his dissatisfaction.