Punishment motion against representative Reiwa Yamamoto submitted to the House of Councilors by the five ruling and opposition parties
The five ruling and opposition parties filed a motion to punish Mr. Yamamoto for disrupting order in the House of Councillors after Reiwa Shinsengumi leader Yamamoto jumped at the chairman's chair in the House of Councilors Judicial Committee vote. Did.
Russian President Putin "Deploying tactical nuclear weapons to Belarus next month"
Ukraine President's Office "To hold a reconstruction conference in Japan early next year"
The Ukrainian President's Office announced on the 9th that Prime Minister Kishida confirmed in a telephone conversation with President Zelensky that he was prepared to hold a conference on the reconstruction of Ukraine in Japan early next year.
Ritsumin Matsubara, former minister of the abduction issue, resigned from the party and was not allowed to run as a candidate from the Tokyo 26 wards
Hitoshi Matsubara, the former minister in charge of the abduction issue of the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan, submitted a notice of withdrawal from the party on the 9th, saying that he was not allowed to run from the "Tokyo 26 wards" he wanted in the election district adjustment within the party for the next House of Representatives election. Did.
Troubles related to My Number Cards What can I do with my health insurance card?
There have been a series of troubles over My Number Cards. A group of doctors and others investigated the health insurance card "Mina Hokensho", which is integrated with the My Number card, and found that at least 85 cases in the medical field were linked to other people's information. I was.
US Debt Ceiling Left, Another Default Concern... [Economic Column]
In the world of finance and business, many people are probably shocked when they hear that default = failure to meet their obligations. The default on U.S. Treasury bonds, which investors around the world have been worried about, was averted when President Biden signed a bill to temporarily remove the government's debt ceiling just before X-Day arrived. However, there are countries in the world where the next default risk is whispered. One of them is Pakistan in South Asia. What new crises could adversely affect financial markets and international affairs? (Keita Kage, Reporter for the Asian Bureau)
[Details] A series of earthquakes in May Expert opinion What is the relationship with the huge earthquake?
May was the month of earthquakes all over Japan. A seismic intensity of upper 6 was observed on the Noto Peninsula. There were 5 quakes of less than 5 in Chiba Prefecture, the Izu Islands, and Kagoshima Prefecture, and 12 earthquake early warnings were issued. I feel like there are more earthquakes than usual, but why on earth? What is the relationship with the assumed mega-earthquake? I looked into it in detail.
French Open Tennis Tournament Mii Kato In the photo with the ball girl that triggered the disqualification
Mii Kato, who was disqualified from the women's doubles match at the French Open, one of the four major tennis tournaments, is photographed smiling with the ball girl who was directly hit by the ball she hit and was disqualified. Along with the message, "I'm happy to hear that you are continuing to be a ball girl", I posted it on SNS.
17-year-old high school girl complains that “corporal punishment changes lives”
At first, she didn't think it was "corporal punishment". "When I was hit, I was more worried about the game and the bad atmosphere in the team than the pain." A female member of the softball club at a high school in Himeji City, Hyogo Prefecture, slapped her male teacher as an advisor. Corporal punishment of being hit on the cheek was discovered. She was verbally abused, saying, "I don't care about you," and she was driven to the point where she considered taking her own life. The softball equipment that I loved so much is now in the closet. I had to quit club activities and school. (Kobe Broadcasting Station Reporter Mariko Takeda)
Surveillance Committee over “structured bonds” recommending administrative actions to three companies
The Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission said that Chiba Bank, its subsidiary securities company, and Musashino Bank did not fully explain the risks associated with financial products called "structured bonds" that claim high yields but also carry risks. We recommended to the Financial Services Agency that administrative action be taken against the three companies for selling them to customers in the past.
Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications to 173 cases including suspicion of misappropriation of "Minor Point"
The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications has identified 173 similar cases, including suspected ones, in 133 local governments across Japan. We announced the interim report of the investigation.
Ukrainian army to recapture territory full-scale reversal offensive?
There is also a view that the Ukrainian army is intensifying its counteroffensive to recapture its territory by deploying tank units provided by Germany in the eastern and southern parts of the country, and the focus is on offense and defense with Russia. It is
Kono Digital Minister “dispose of himself” due to troubles over my number
Regarding the series of troubles and mistakes related to My Number, Digital Minister Kono was asked about the location of responsibility at a special committee of the House of Councilors held on the 9th. I can't do it," and indicated his intention to dispose of himself.
Food loss Approximately 5.23 million tons in FY2021, an increase of 10,000 tons from the previous year
Estimates for fiscal 2021 have been announced for "food loss," which the government has set as a goal to reduce, and the annual amount is about 5.23 million tons, an increase of 10,000 tons from the previous year. There is concern that the number of deaths may increase depending on how the economy recovers in the future, so the government says, "Further efforts are necessary."
Examination of Tomari Nuclear Power Station Unit 3 Approval of “10% increase” from expected earthquake shaking
Hokkaido Electric Power Co. agreed on the 9th to explain that the expected earthquake tremors, which were the focus of the examination of Tomari Nuclear Power Station Unit 3, which is aiming to restart, will be raised by about 10% compared to before. it was done. Although it has been 10 years since the application was submitted, there are still many items left for the review, and the timing of the restart is still uncertain.
Genomic Medicine Law Passed and enacted at the plenary session of the House of Councilors Discrimination prevention, etc.
The Genome Medicine Act, which aims to promote treatment tailored to patients based on genetic information and to prevent discrimination, was approved and enacted by a large majority at the plenary session of the House of Councillors.
Kono Digital Minister "My number public money account Correction to the person's name"
At a press conference after the cabinet meeting on the 9th, Digital Minister Kono called again to change to an account in his name due to the problem that about 130,000 accounts that were believed to be in the name of his family were confirmed in the public money receiving account of My Number.
Prime Minister Kishida to Ukrainian dam burst $ 5 million emergency humanitarian aid
After a dam burst in southern Ukraine, causing massive flooding, Prime Minister Kishida held a telephone conversation with President Zelensky and provided emergency humanitarian aid of $5 million through international organizations to affected residents. I conveyed the idea of implementing
Marathon runner Yuki Kawauchi's footprints to be dedicated to a shrine Saitama Kawagoe
A commemorative stone in the shape of the footprint of marathon runner Yuki Kawauchi will be dedicated to a shrine in Kawagoe City, Saitama Prefecture, and Kawauchi visited the shrine on the 9th and took a mold.
Four years after protests against the Hong Kong government, opposition demonstrations and rallies are severe
June 9th is the day when large-scale protests against the government began in Hong Kong four years ago. are rare.
Yamanashi Prefecture declares breakthrough in population decline crisis
With the birth rate stagnant and the declining population unstoppable, Yamanashi Prefecture has issued its own "declaration of breaking through the declining population crisis" and plans to focus on countermeasures against the declining birthrate.
Shohei Ohtani hits 1, Seiya Suzuki hits 2, Angels win 3rd straight against Cubs
Shohei Ohtani and Seiya Suzuki both hit hard in the final game of three straight games between the Angels and Cubs in the major leagues.
Experience as if Ryuichi Sakamoto is performing live in front of you with the latest technology
A test performance of a concert using the latest technology was held in New York, USA, where Ryuichi Sakamoto, a musician who passed away this year, could experience playing the piano live in front of him.
First-confirmed Chinese intelligence-gathering aircraft flies south of Okinawa Possibility of improved version Ministry of Defense
On the 8th, it was confirmed that a Chinese military intelligence-gathering plane was flying over the Pacific Ocean south of Okinawa Prefecture. The Ministry of Defense is proceeding with analysis, including the possibility of an improved version, as it is different from the information gathering aircraft that have been confirmed so far due to the shape of the aircraft.
Sushiro sued for damages of more than 67 million yen over “nuisance videos”
In January this year, in the store of "Sushiro", a major sushi chain chain, a video of a customer licking soy sauce and other troubles was posted on SNS. It turned out that he had filed a lawsuit seeking damages of more than 67 million yen.
Accident involving 5 cars 6 people injured 1 of them unconscious Nara Yamato Takada
Before 11:00 am on the 9th, there was an accident involving five cars near the intersection of the national highway in Yamatotakada City, Nara Prefecture, and six men and women were injured. Among them, the police are investigating the detailed situation that one woman is unconscious and one man is seriously injured.
Revision of the Immigration Control Act passed and enacted at the plenary session of the House of Councillors
A bill to revise the immigration control law to review the way foreigners are detained was voted on at the plenary session of the House of Councillors, and was passed with a majority of support from both the Liberal Democratic Party and Komeito Party, the Japan Restoration Party, and the Democratic Party for the People.
High school basketball coach Hisao Sato died at the age of 73, coaching Rui Hachimura
Hisao Sato, the head coach of the Sendai University Meisei High School Men's Basketball Club, who was known as a great high school basketball coach and raised Rui Hachimura, who was active in the NBA = American professional basketball, passed away. he was 73 years old.
Prime Minister Coordinating telephone talks with President Zelensky Due to floods caused by dam collapse
In response to the collapse of a dam in southern Ukraine and the occurrence of large-scale flooding, Prime Minister Kishida is proceeding with coordination to hold a telephone conference with Ukrainian President Zelensky on the 9th. He is seen as conveying the idea of providing humanitarian assistance.
Ukrainian dam collapse President Zelensky "still shelling locally"
A dam burst in southern Ukraine, causing widespread flooding. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has accused Russia of continuing shelling in the area.
Electricity supply and demand in the summer It is expected to be very difficult to secure surplus capacity nationwide, but within the TEPCO service area
Regarding the supply and demand of electricity this summer, although the minimum necessary surplus capacity for stable supply can be secured in all regions of the country, the outlook for TEPCO's jurisdiction is extremely severe, We decided to ask the target to save electricity within a reasonable range.
Last year, there were 36 "serious situations" such as personal information leakage of My Number
The government decided on last year's annual report of the Personal Information Protection Commission at a cabinet meeting on the 9th. A total of 171 cases of personal information leaks or losses related to My Number were reported, of which 36 were "serious situations" such as the loss of information for more than 100 people at once, four times the number from the previous year. increased.
[Updated from time to time] Russia invades Ukraine (movement on the 9th)
Russia's military aggression against Ukraine continues. Fighting between Russian and Ukrainian forces continues across Ukraine, forcing thousands of civilians to flee the country. We will keep you updated on developments in the situation in Ukraine on the 9th (Japan time), including the battle situation and the diplomacy of the countries concerned. (There is a time difference of 6 hours between Japan and Ukraine and Moscow, Russia)
Cabinet approves government ODA “outline” to strengthen relations with developing countries
The government decided at the cabinet meeting on the 9th the "Development Cooperation Charter" that sets out the guidelines for ODA = Official Development Assistance. With developing countries as equal partners, it is our policy to work together to address issues such as the strengthening of supply chains for food and energy, and digitalization.
Stock price rises by more than 500 yen Buy orders spread immediately after the start of trading
On the 9th, the Tokyo stock market and the Nikkei stock average rose by more than 500 yen. The number of new applications for unemployment insurance in the United States announced on the night of the 8th Japan time exceeded market expectations, easing concerns about a prolonged interest rate hike by the Fed, and stock prices rose in the New York market on the 8th. In response to this trend, buy orders have spread even in the Tokyo market on the 9th immediately after the start of trading.
Former President Trump indicted over confidential document problem US media
Major American media reported on the 8th that Mr. Trump was indicted by a federal grand jury in connection with the alleged discovery of several confidential documents, including top secrets, at his home in Southern Florida. "I'm innocent," Trump said in a post on his social media that his lawyer had been notified of the indictment.
Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress make their first goodwill visit to foreign countries after their accession to the throne, to Indonesia
It was officially decided at a Cabinet meeting on the 9th that Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress will visit Indonesia this month as their first goodwill visit to a foreign country since their accession to the throne.
LGBT Bill Liberal Democratic Party, Komei, Ishin, People's 4 parties Agreed to revise the ruling party bill
Concerning bills aimed at promoting understanding of LGBT people, the LDP/Komeito Party, the Nippon Ishin no Kai, and the Democratic Party for the People chairpersons of the four Diet committees held talks, and the details of the bills submitted by the Ishin no Kai and other parties. We agreed to revise the ruling party draft by including
Commentary by a weather forecaster [Video] Tokai/Kanto Koshin Risk of heavy rain Precautions
Due to the influence of the front and low pressure, localized very heavy rain will fall in Tokai and Kanto Koshin around noon on the 9th, and there is a risk of heavy rain. In areas affected by record-breaking rainfall last weekend, caution is required as the risk of landslides is likely to increase even with less rainfall than usual. Yasuhiro Hiyama, a weather forecaster, explains how the rain will fall in the future and what to watch out for. [Video: 1 minute 41 seconds] (Broadcast on "Good morning Japan" on June 9. Not available on data broadcasting)
A 2-year-old child died after being left in a futon Is it kerosene that soaked into the futon? Nagano Matsumoto
In March this year, a 25-year-old mother was arrested on suspicion of abandoning a guardian to death for leaving her 2-year-old son to die on a futon soaked in oil at his home in Matsumoto City, Nagano Prefecture. , I learned from interviews with investigative officials that what was soaked in the futon was kerosene. Her mother has denied the allegations and police are investigating the details.
Tokai/Kanto Koshin Risk of heavy rain around noon Beware of landslide disasters
Due to the influence of the front and low pressure, localized very heavy rain will fall in Tokai and Kanto Koshin around noon on the 9th, and there is a risk of heavy rain. In areas affected by record-breaking rainfall last weekend, caution is required as the risk of landslides is likely to increase even with less rainfall than usual.
Shizuoka Shimoda Evacuation instruction to 19,894 people in 10,473 households throughout the city
Shimoda City, Shizuoka Prefecture issued an evacuation order to 19,894 people in 10,473 households throughout the city at 6:15 am, saying that the risk of landslide disasters is increasing due to heavy rain. Level 4 information out of five warning levels calls for everyone to evacuate from dangerous places such as sediment disaster warning areas.
Minamiizu-cho, Shizuoka Evacuation orders for 7,630 people in 3,877 households throughout the town
Minamiizu Town, Shizuoka Prefecture issued an evacuation order to 7,630 people in 3,877 households throughout the town, saying that the risk of landslide disasters is increasing. Information on alert level 4 out of 5 alert levels calls for everyone to evacuate from dangerous places such as sediment disaster warning areas.
Sanyo Shinkansen Suspended driving for 5 hours due to personal injury 400 passengers wait in the car
On the night of the 8th, a fatal accident occurred between Okayama Station on the Sanyo Shinkansen and Aioi Station in Hyogo Prefecture, and the operation was suspended for more than 5 hours between Shin-Osaka Station and Hiroshima Station. As a result, more than 400 passengers were forced to wait inside the two trains that stopped on the tracks.
Canada wildfire delays flights to and from NY Visibility deteriorates around Washington, the capital of the United States
Smoke from a series of wildfires in eastern Canada is flowing into large cities in the eastern United States and causing air pollution, causing delays in flights departing from and arriving in New York, as well as poor visibility around Washington, the capital. influence is spreading.
Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission recommends administrative action against Chiba Bank, etc. for "structured bonds"
The Chiba Bank, its subsidiary securities company, and the Musashino Bank, which has its head office in Saitama City, failed to fully explain the risks involved in financial products called "structured bonds," which claim high yields but carry risks. The Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission plans to recommend the Financial Services Agency to take administrative action against the three companies.
Ukraine dam collapse damage spreads, fear of more victims in the future
A dam burst in southern Ukraine, causing widespread flooding. A total of 14 people are reported to have died in areas controlled by Russia, and there are concerns that the number of victims will increase in the future.
Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress celebrate 30 years of marriage today
Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary on the 9th. In a written statement, he said, "I am deeply grateful for the progress we have made so far."