Environmental Impact Assessment of Wind Farm Construction Demanding Relaxation of Requirements Kono Regulatory Reform Minister
The first meeting was held to examine whether there are any regulations that are hindering the expansion of power generation by renewable energy, and the Minister for Regulatory Reform Kono told the Ministry of the Environment to assess the environmental impact of building a wind power plant. We requested that the requirements be relaxed promptly.
Governor Koike "Go To Tokyo, refrain from using elderly people, etc." Agreed with Prime Minister Suga
Governor Koike of Tokyo met with Prime Minister Suga on the night of the 1st over "Go To Travel". After the meeting, Governor Koike revealed that he had agreed with elderly people aged 65 and over to refrain from traveling to and from Tokyo for a certain period of time in order to curb the spread of the new coronavirus. Did.
Movement of Chinese authorities off the Senkaku Islands Resolution of protest against Wang Yi's remarks Liberal Democratic Foreign Affairs Subcommittee
Regarding the activities of the Chinese authorities around the Senkaku Islands in Okinawa Prefecture, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said that he was "unavoidable", and the Liberal Democratic Party's foreign affairs subcommittee said that he was not firmly accepted and strongly protested. The resolution was compiled and submitted to Foreign Minister Motegi.
Governor Koike "Go To Tokyo, refrain from using elderly people, etc." Agreed with Prime Minister Suga
Governor Koike of Tokyo met with Prime Minister Suga on the night of the 1st over "Go To Travel". After the meeting, Governor Koike revealed that he had agreed to refrain from traveling to and from Tokyo for a certain period of time to elderly people aged 65 and over and people with underlying illnesses in order to curb the spread of the new coronavirus. I made it.
Prime Minister Suga understands and shows Tokyo's request to refrain from using Go To 65 years old and over
After meeting with Governor Koike of Tokyo over "Go To Travel," Prime Minister Suga understood the request to call on reporters to refrain from using the elderly over 65 years old and those with underlying illnesses. I made it clear that I could do it.
Compiling the execution plan of the growth strategy to promote the national project
The government's Growth Strategy Council has compiled an implementation plan, which is an interim report, and is promoting it as a national project to promote technological development such as greening of electricity with the aim of reducing greenhouse gas emissions to zero as a whole by 2050. And so on.
Meeting with Prime Minister Suga Governor Koike "Go To Travel" Tokyo Metropolitan Government
It is believed that Prime Minister Suga met with Governor Koike of Tokyo at the Prime Minister's Office on the night of the 1st, and discussed the treatment of Tokyo over "Go To Travel."
Raising the burden of medical expenses for people aged 75 and over "Considering the timing of enforcement" Chief Cabinet Secretary
Regarding the government's policy of raising the window burden of medical expenses for people aged 75 and over to 20%, Chief Cabinet Secretary Kato expressed his intention to consider the enforcement time while making sufficient adjustments with the ruling party toward the end of the year. I did.
Nishimura Minister of Economic Revitalization Requests Telework Promotion Three Economic Organizations and Video Conference
As the spread of the new coronavirus continues, Nishimura, the minister in charge of economic revitalization, holds a video conference with executives of three economic organizations and asks for cooperation in further promotion of telework, saying that it is necessary to reduce opportunities for contact with people I did.
"Sakura wo Miru Kai" social gathering Attorneys request investigation of former Prime Minister Abe
A group of lawyers nationwide who have filed a complaint against former Prime Minister Abe on suspicion of violating the Political Funds Control Act over the social gathering held on the night before the "Sakura wo Miru Kai" We submitted a request to the Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office for a thorough investigation and prosecution by Mr. Abe and others.
Prime Minister of the Northern Territories Issue "Solve the Peace Treaty without Postponing to the Next Generation"
Regarding the Northern Territories issue, Prime Minister Suga met with local government officials such as Nemuro City, Hokkaido, and expressed his intention to continue to make every effort to resolve the territorial issue and conclude a peace treaty with Russia. It was.
Liberal Democratic Party / Constitutional Democratic People's Voting Law Amendment Agreed to Postpone the Decision of the Diet
The Liberal Democratic Party and the Secretary-General of the Constitutional Democratic Party met before the end of the Diet session on December 5, and the current Diet session has postponed the resolution of the referendum law, which was put into practical deliberation last week. , Agreed to reach a conclusion at the ordinary session of the Diet next year.
Confirmation of strengthening measures for severely ill patients with new corona Meeting with Prime Minister Kan and Chairman Dr. Nakagawa
As the infection of the new coronavirus spreads, Prime Minister Suga and Chairman Nakagawa of the Japan Medical Association met and said that the number of seriously ill people who need artificial respirators is expected to increase in the future. We confirmed that we will strengthen the measures.
Komei “Clarify the introduction of selective surnames for married couples in the basic plan for gender equality”
Regarding "selective married couple surnames," the government presented a draft of the "Gender Equality Basic Plan," which states that "we will take necessary measures based on the trends of discussions in the Diet" at the Komeito meeting. On the other hand, the members of the Diet who attended expressed a series of opinions requesting that the introduction of the system be clearly stated.
Burden of medical expenses for the elderly in the late stages “Conclusion should not be hurried” Komeito Yamaguchi
Regarding the government's policy to raise the window burden of medical expenses for people aged 75 and over to 20%, Komeito representative Yamaguchi said that the situation has changed significantly due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection, and concluded the scope of coverage within the year. Recognized that it is not necessary to issue.
Go To Eat Strict measures after confirming whether the restaurant side is a fictitious request Agriculture Minister Nogami
Regarding "Go To Eat" that stimulates demand for eating out, Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Nogami has confirmed that he is consulting with the police regarding a case where a fictitious claim by a restaurant is suspected, and fraud has been confirmed. He showed the idea of dealing strictly.
Liberal Democratic Party Secretary-General “I want to watch over” to consider the female royal family “Princess”
In order to reduce the burden on the imperial family's public affairs, the LDP secretary general said, "People I would like to keep an eye on him as one of them. "
Liberal Democratic Party special committee started studying with "selective married couple surname"
The Liberal Democratic Party's special committee began studying "selective surnames for married couples" who can give their surnames before marriage if they wish, and opinions are expressed from both sides, both for and against the introduction of the system. it was done.
Outline of "Telephone Relay Service" for the deaf and hard of hearing Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications
Regarding the "telephone relay service" in the country where deaf people can make calls through simultaneous interpretation of sign language, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications will respond 24 hours a day, including emergency calls, before the start of next year. I have summarized the outline.
Visually impaired male home fall accident Home door completed ahead of schedule Instruction
On the 29th, at a subway station on the Tokyo Metro, a visually impaired man fell on a railroad track from between platform doors under construction, and was hit by a train and died. It was revealed that it had instructed Tokyo Metro to accelerate the completion of platform door construction.
Medical expenses for the elderly in the latter stages of the Liberal Democratic Party
The Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) discussed the proposals to the government at the meeting on the 1st over the government's policy to raise the window burden of medical expenses for people aged 75 and over to 20%, but there were opinions calling for an early increase and cautious opinions. Both sides did not come together, and it was decided to leave the response to the chairman of the political investigation, Shimomura.
Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Akabane "Go To Travel" is based on the governor's judgment
Regarding the response to "Go To Travel" in areas such as Tokyo where the number of infected people is increasing, the Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Akabane will make the final decision as the business entity, but the prefectures that have a good grasp of the infection situation Based on the judgment of the governor, he reiterated his desire to respond.
“NTT DoCoMo is considering price cuts even for its main brands” Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Takeda expects
Regarding NTT DoCoMo's consideration of reviewing the rate plan in the direction of price reduction, Minister for Internal Affairs and Communications Takeda said at a press conference, "I want you to create an environment where you can feel that the burden of communication charges has been reduced." Was shown.
"The load on the Hokkaido medical system is becoming more serious, and we respond with a sense of crisis." Chief Cabinet Secretary
Regarding the infection status of the new coronavirus in Hokkaido, Chief Cabinet Secretary Kato said at a press conference after the Cabinet meeting that the burden on the medical care provision system was becoming more serious and that he was responding with a sense of crisis. He expressed his intention to work together to prevent the spread of infection.
Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare Tamura A sense of crisis regarding the increase in the number of severely ill people in the new corona
Regarding measures against the new coronavirus, Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare Tamura said that the number of seriously ill people has reached a record high and has a sense of crisis, and that he will provide support such as securing beds and dispatching medical personnel, as well as the worst situation. He showed the idea of taking measures assuming that.
Prime Minister Suga "Instructed to formulate a new five-year plan for national strengthening"
In order to promote disaster prevention / mitigation and national resilience, Prime Minister Suga has indicated a policy to formulate a new five-year plan from next year, which will total 15 trillion yen, and instructed the relevant ministers to put together concrete measures. Did.
Minister of Economic Revitalization Nishimura Requests Ministerial Cooperation to Work on Telework Promotion
Regarding measures against the new coronavirus, Nishimura, the minister in charge of economic revitalization, will continue to promote telework at a cabinet meeting after the cabinet meeting, hoping to reduce the chances of contact between people as much as possible in order to prevent the spread of infection. I asked all the cabinet members for their cooperation.
Unemployment rate nationwide in October 3.1% 3% level for 3 consecutive months
The unemployment rate nationwide in October was 3.1%, 0.1 points worse than the previous month, and reached the 3% level for the third 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."
Government Growth Strategy Conference Toward a final discussion for an interim report
The government's Growth Strategy Council will discuss post-corona-focused growth strategies, such as regulatory reforms to promote greening of electricity and the spread of electric vehicles, at a one-day meeting for an interim report. I'm going to do it.
Difficult to return to Japan in Corona Immigration Bureau of Japan allows foreigners to work part-time
In order to support the livelihoods of foreigners who have difficulty returning to Japan due to the effects of the new coronavirus, the Immigration Bureau of Japan will temporarily allow foreigners with a status of residence who cannot work to work part-time from the 1st. It will be carried out.
Special measures that do not require gift tax on educational funding to adjust by extending the deadline by 2 years
In order to reduce the burden of raising children for the younger generation, the government and the ruling party have tightened the applicable conditions so that they will not be used for tax-saving purposes regarding special measures that prevent gift tax from being applied to educational funding from grandparents. , We have started to adjust the deadline by 2 years.
Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Hayashi appointed as New British Ambassador Government
The government has begun coordinating the appointment of Assistant Chief Cabinet Secretary Hajime Hayashi as the new British ambassador.