45% of former Imperial Universities members of the Science Council of Japan explained that they were "biased"
Regarding the fact that six candidate members of the Science Council of Japan were not appointed, Prime Minister Suga asked the representative question of the House of Councilors plenary session, and there was a bias that 45% of the members belonged to the so-called "former Imperial University". He explained that he had never decided to appoint him because of his field of research.
House of Councilors Budget Committee Q & A attended by the Prime Minister and all ministers on November 5th and 6th
On November 5th and 6th at the House of Councilors Budget Committee, the ruling and opposition parties agreed that Prime Minister Suga and all ministers would attend and ask questions.
Kan Cabinet Cabinet Ministers' Asset Disclosure Average is 165.2 million yen 5 people are over 100 million yen
The assets of the Suga Cabinet's ministers, which was launched in September, have been released. Five people, including Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Aso, exceeded 100 million yen, and the average of Prime Minister Suga and 20 ministers was 106.52 million yen.
Mikio Shimoji submits a request for reinstatement to the Liberal Democratic Party Okinawa Kenren Local branch opposes
Former Minister of Postal Privatization, Mikio Shimoji, who is independent, submitted a request for reinstatement to the Liberal Democratic Party Okinawa Kenren on the 30th. The local Liberal Democratic Party Okinawa 1st district branch is opposed to Mr. Shimo's reinstatement, and the Okinawa Prefectural Federation will discuss future measures.
Answer to the Diet over the Science Council of Japan "I can't understand at all" Representative Edano
Regarding the fact that Prime Minister Suga has pointed out that members are biased toward some universities over the Science Council of Japan, Constitutional Democratic Party representative Edano said that it is not based on facts, and the budget committee starting next week He showed his intention to continue pursuing.
Traffic to and from Vietnam to resume in November For short-term business people
Regarding the border measures for the new coronavirus, the government has decided to resume traffic with Vietnam from November 1st for business travelers and other short-term business travelers. ..
"Ashore" alternative proposal submitted for consideration of increasing new Aegis ships Liberal Democratic Party
Regarding alternatives to the new interception missile system "Aegis Ashore," the Liberal Democratic Party Parliamentary Union calls for consideration of increasing the number of new Aegis ships, saying that the operation area can be flexibly changed and the protection capability is high. I submitted the proposal to the Minister of Defense Kishi.
One year from the Shurijo Castle Fire Deputy Secretary of the Secretariat
It has been 31 days since the fire at Shuri Castle in Okinawa Prefecture. Deputy Cabinet Secretariat Sakai emphasized the idea of responsibly working on the restoration of Shurijo Castle in cooperation with Okinawa Prefecture, etc., based on the process chart aiming to restore the "Shoden" by 2026, six years later. did.
Free round-trip use of ambulance expressways Kono Regulatory Reform Minister
Kono, the minister in charge of regulatory reform, revealed that when ambulances that have completed emergency activities return to the fire department, they can now use the highway for free, just as they would when heading for activities.
Strengthening support for using My Number Card instead of health insurance card Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare
Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare Tamura has indicated that he will strengthen support for system repairs and other costs in order to promote the introduction of card readers that read cards at medical institutions and pharmacies so that My Number cards can be used instead of health insurance cards. I did.
University entrance exams Common test tours Ideas to deepen discussions on the ideal way of entrance exams Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
Regarding the university entrance examination, Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Hagita answered the entrance examination based on the fact that many negative answers were given to the utilization of the English private examination and the introduction of descriptive questions in the questionnaire for universities nationwide. He expressed his intention to further deepen the discussion on the ideal way of.
Constitutional Democratic Party "Science Council of Japan" Discussion Concentrated Deliberation Request Continued Discussion
The Liberal Democratic Party and the Constitutional Democratic Party, the chairman of the Diet, will meet on the deliberation at the Budget Committee of the House of Representatives, and the Constitutional Democratic Party will concentrate on discussing the government's response to the "Science Council of Japan" in addition to the basic questions starting next week. We asked for deliberation and will continue to discuss.
House of Councilors representative question New corona measures and constitutional amendment debate
In the Diet, following the 29th, a representative question was asked at the House of Councilors plenary session regarding Prime Minister Suga's statement of belief, and there was a debate over measures against the new coronavirus and constitutional amendment.
Minister of Economic Revitalization Nishimura Requests cooperation from three economic organizations and the National Governors' Association for distributed leave
Regarding measures against the new coronavirus, the Minister for Economic Revitalization Nishimura asked the three economic organizations and the National Governors' Association to cooperate so that they could take vacations in a distributed manner in order to avoid congestion during the year-end and New Year holidays.
Produced in prison Delivered 1.2 million medical gowns and increased production by the Minister of Justice
Following the spread of the new coronavirus infection, Minister of Justice Kamikawa delivered 1.2 million pieces of medical gowns, which had been produced in prisons nationwide since May, and 160,000 pieces. It was revealed that the production will be increased.
Welcome new rate plans for mobile phone companies Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Takeda
Regarding the announcement of new rate plans by mobile phone giants KDDI and Softbank that are less than 5,000 yen per month, Minister for Internal Affairs and Communications Takeda said, "The impact of new attractive rate service options for users is significant." , Welcomed.
Unemployment rate 3.0% in September 3% level for 2 consecutive months Corona is in a difficult situation
The national unemployment rate in September was 3.0%, the same as the previous month, and remained in the 3% range for the second straight month. According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, "the severe situation is still continuing due to the influence of the new coronavirus."
Revision of the Juvenile Law Challenges for recovery and rehabilitation of 18 and 19 years old
In preparation for the revision of the Juvenile Law in line with the reduction of the adult age, the outline that the Legislative Council reported to Minister of Justice Kamikawa on the 29th, such as enabling real name reporting after prosecution, treatment to 18 and 19 years old However, as it becomes more severe, it seems that the issue will be how to provide support for recovery and rehabilitation in the future.
Two years after the "recruitment" judgment South Korea Japan side will show an acceptable solution?
It has been two years since the Supreme Court of South Korea handed down a ruling ordering Japanese companies to compensate for the issue of "recruitment" during the Pacific War. As the procedure for "monetizing" the assets of Japanese companies in South Korea progresses, the focus is on showing a solution that the Japanese side can accept under the Moon Jae-in administration.
Liberal Democratic Ishiba faction's successor chairman has not been decided, and there are voices that threaten the survival of the faction
The Liberal Democratic Party's Ishiba faction has not been able to decide on a successor to former secretary-general Ishiba, who resigned as chairman last week, and the faction has proposed a loose group without a chairman for the time being. , There are also voices that threaten the survival of the faction itself.