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policies from each party in some depth. There are many sorts of policies on welfare and only 3 main welfare policies that the two parties suggested during the election would be covered. Then, what are 3 welfare policies about? How are their welfare policies similar or different?
Ⅱ-1. Housing Policy
Firstly, Saenuri Party suggested housing policy by presenting a slogan. It is about ‘make a
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policies that politicians insist and the political party argues about. Speaking of general election, it was held in April 11th, 2012, and to make it brief, the conservative party, Saenuri party, won the election with majority of seats over Democratic United party, which is liberal. We cannot judge their welfare policies just by looking at the result of election, however, it is somewhat related be
Make a dream of buying a house
become a reality
Be free from sorrow of homeless.
To reduce housing costs
for ordinary people
Provide 1.2 million Public Housing
→ account for 10~12% of the whole housing.
Expand national funds for Newtown Project’s infrastructure.
Relieve interest burden of rental deposits for low-income people.
What is welfare & the need of evaluation
State of being happy and healthy and prosperous
Promotes well-being, ‘for the benefits of all’
-> An effort to improve people’s quality of life
The 19th General Election
Saenuri Party: The conservative
Democratic United Party: The liberal
Cannot judge the election just by looking at the parties’ welfare policy.