Liberal Democratic Party Former President Kishida Shows motivation to be elected as the next president
Former Liberal Democratic Party President Kishida showed his willingness to run for the next presidential election at a party of his own faction on the night of the 5th.
Japan-France Summit Telephone Talk "Free and Open Indo-Pacific" Strengthening Cooperation
Prime Minister Suga will meet with French President Emmanuel Macron for the first time on the phone, strengthen cooperation toward the realization of a free and open Indo-Pacific, and cooperate in responding to the North Korean issue including abduction. We also agreed to go.
Go To Travel "Small and Decentralized Travel" Nishimura, Minister of Economic Revitalization
In connection with the addition of trips to and from Tokyo to the target of "Go To Travel," Nishimura, the minister in charge of economic revitalization, is working to improve the environment so that small-group, staggered trips will take root, as well as moving people. He analyzed the relationship between the infection situation and showed his intention to utilize it for future countermeasures.
All parties involved, including Tokyo Olympics and Para players, carry out corona inspections
Over next year's Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, the Liberal Democratic Party Parliamentary League has put together an urgent resolution requiring all participants, spectators, and others involved in the Games to be tested for infection with the new coronavirus, and has applied to the government. I did.
3 professors who were not appointed Ask the government to explain to the opposition
Opposition parties individually heard from the three university professors who had been postponed over the appointment of some of the new member candidates of the Science Council of Japan. The professor asked the government for an explanation, saying that "academic and research activities would be hindered."
Prime Minister Suga Sending off the appointment of the Science Council "It has nothing to do with academic freedom"
In an interview with the Cabinet Press Conference, Prime Minister Suga said that he had forgotten the appointment of some of the new member candidates recommended by the Science Council of Japan, and that he has allocated a budget of about 1 billion yen annually to the Science Council. After pointing out that the members will become civil servants, he said, "I made a decision from the perspective of ensuring comprehensive and informal activities," and expressed his intention to continue to explain politely.
Corona-infected member of the House of Representatives Takatori resumes activities “Law development to eliminate discrimination”
Shuichi Takatori, a member of the Liberal Democratic Party who was the first member of the Diet to be infected with the new coronavirus, held a press conference on the resumption of his activities and expressed his intention to establish a law to eliminate discrimination against infected people and their families. ..
Proposal for installation in Fukushima, Digital Agency, Chief Cabinet Secretary "Consideration without prejudice"
Chief Cabinet Secretary Kato expressed his intention to consider the proposal of the Komeito representative Yamaguchi to be installed in Fukushima Prefecture at a press conference in the afternoon over the "Digital Agency" that the government is aiming to establish. I did.
Chief Cabinet Secretary Senkaku "unique territory" claim Chinese site to be deleted
Regarding the Senkaku Islands in Okinawa Prefecture, Chief Cabinet Secretary Kato protested through diplomatic channels that the Chinese government opened a museum on the Internet claiming that it was a territory peculiar to China, saying that the Chinese side's claim was completely unacceptable. I made it clear that I asked for deletion.
Opposition demands government explanation to parliament after appointing academic conference
The Liberal Democratic Party and the Constitutional Democratic Party's chairman of the Diet's countermeasures talked over the fact that some of the new member candidates of the "Japan Academic Conference" were not appointed. The Secretaries attended and asked to explain the reasons for the postponement of the appointment, while the LDP expressed its intention to take it home and consider it.
Established Digital Agency To solicit opinions on the government net
The government, which aims to establish a "digital agency," will soon start soliciting opinions via the Internet, hoping to reflect the widespread voice of the people in future work.
Corona-influenced artist support Agency for Cultural Affairs Next year's distribution cost subsidy policy
To help artists affected by the spread of the new coronavirus, the Agency for Cultural Affairs plans to subsidize the cost of the organization's online distribution of performances next year.
Expected significant reduction in tax revenue in Corona Local allocation tax Focus on next year's budgeting
With the impact of the new coronavirus, tax revenues are expected to decline significantly next year, and the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications wants to secure the same amount of local allocation tax as this year to support the finances of local governments, which is one of the focal points of next year's budgeting. It looks like it will be one.