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Akita Governor Go To Travel Operation Review "Judgment on Handling Tokyo"
In response to the spread of the new coronavirus infection again, mainly in large cities, Governor Satake of Akita Prefecture has reviewed the operation of "Go To Travel", a measure to stimulate tourism demand in the country, in Osaka City and Sapporo. He expressed the idea that Tokyo should be treated in the same way as the city.
Parliamentary system 130 years Commemorative ceremony attended by Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress
To commemorate the 130th anniversary of the start of the parliamentary system in Japan, Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress also attended and a ceremony was held in the Diet.
"Go To Travel" Continued or Canceled? Ruling and Opposition Party Discussion New Corona
Regarding "Go To Travel," NHK's "Sunday Debate" insisted that the ruling party should continue to implement measures to prevent the infection of the new coronavirus, but the opposition party temporarily stopped it. Including that, there were a series of opinions calling for a more in-depth response.
Government New Corona To establish a new council for international support
As the spread of the new coronavirus continues worldwide, the government is coordinating to establish a new council formed by the directors of related ministries and agencies for international support, and in the future, in the field of health. Our policy is to consider what ODA should be.
Payment of social insurance premiums during childcare leave To tighten the target by ensuring fairness Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare
If you take childcare leave at the end of the month, you will be exempted from paying one month's social insurance premiums, and you will be exempted from paying the bonus in the month you receive the bonus. The Ministry of Labor has a policy of tightening the exemption of bonus premiums only for one month in a row.
Is it difficult to adjust due to the reduction of benefits for high-income households over the review of children's allowance?
From within the ruling party, the ruling party will bear the burden on child-rearing households regarding the reduction of benefits for high-income households, which the government is considering reviewing in order to secure financial resources for eliminating waiting-list children over "child allowance". There are some negative voices in the review, saying that the increase in the number of households should be avoided, and it is expected that adjustments will be difficult.