Representative of Izumi Ritsumin “Relief supplies to Ukraine Coordinated with Japanese airlines”
Regarding the situation in Ukraine, Izumi, the representative of the Constitutional Democratic Party, expressed his intention to coordinate with Japanese airlines to deliver relief supplies such as medicines and groceries to the local area.
Liberal Democratic Party / Komeito Leaders Talks Confirmation of unity due to the situation in Ukraine, etc. Electoral cooperation
Prime Minister Kishida met with Komeito representative Yamaguchi on the night of the 10th, and the Liberal Democratic Party and the Komeito Party agreed to respond to the situation more unitedly in response to the tightening situation in Ukraine, and coordination was difficult. The secretary generals of both parties will discuss the election cooperation in the Upper House election.
Prime Minister Kishida Shows the idea of promoting dialogue to improve Japan-South Korea relations House of Councilors Budget Committee
Regarding the decision of Yoon Suk-yeol as the new president of South Korea, Prime Minister Kishida said in an intensive deliberation by the Budget Committee of the House of Councilors that sound Japan-South Korea relations are essential for peace and stability in the world and regions. He expressed his intention to proceed with dialogue for improvement.
Relaxation of border measures Decided to pay 100,000 yen to foreign students who are in need of entry
The government has decided to pay 100,000 yen per person in an attempt to support foreign students who have entered the country due to the relaxation of border measures and are in financial difficulty.
Designated Osaka City and Tsukuba City, Ibaraki Prefecture as Government "Super City"
At the advisory council of the National Strategic Special Zone, the government decided to designate Osaka City and Tsukuba City, Ibaraki Prefecture as the targets of the "super city" where the demonstration experiment of cutting-edge technology will be conducted throughout the city.
Soaring prices of wheat, etc. Request to the Minister of Agriculture to secure a stable supply of LDP food
In response to the soaring prices of wheat and other products due to the influence of the situation in Ukraine, the Liberal Democratic Party's Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries requested the Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Kaneko to take all possible measures to secure a stable supply of food. ..
Hometown tax payment Izumisano City allocation tax drastically reduced Judgment that it is illegal Osaka District Court
The Osaka District Court said in a court ruling that it was unreasonable for Izumisano City, Osaka Prefecture, to significantly reduce the special allocation tax because it collected a large amount of donations for hometown tax payment. We decided that the response was illegal and canceled the reduction decision.
Providing bulletproof vests to Ukraine Air Self-Defense Force transport aircraft departs
An Air Self-Defense Force transport plane departed from a base in Tottori prefecture to send bulletproof vests and helmets to Ukraine, which is undergoing a military invasion from Russia.
Liberal Democratic Parliamentary Union Resolution to restart nuclear power plant Concerns about prolonged rise in crude oil prices
The Liberal Democratic Party Parliamentary Union, which is considering the ideal way of stable supply of electricity, has put together a resolution calling for the prompt restart of nuclear power plants that have been suspended, saying that there is concern that the rise in crude oil prices will be prolonged due to the situation in Ukraine. I did.
Summarize the outline of the basic law that stipulates the idea of protecting the rights of LDP children
The Liberal Democratic Party has put together a draft outline of the basic law that stipulates ideas for protecting the rights of children, with the aim of enacting it in line with the establishment of the "Children's Family Agency." The establishment of a third-party organization to investigate child abuse, etc., which had been divided within the party, was not specified.
Helmet training for members of the House of Representatives 11 years before the earthquake
Before the 11th anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake, 11 years ago, after the plenary session of the House of Representatives held on the 10th, members of the Diet were trained to wear disaster prevention helmets.
Co-Representative of the Restoration Baba “Collaboration with the Democratic Party for the People”
Following the fact that the Democratic Party for the People's Democratic Party is proceeding with policy discussions with both the Liberal Democratic Party and the Komeito Party, Baba, the co-representative of the Nippon Ishin no Kai, thinks that there is a possibility that cooperation with the Democratic Party for the People in the Diet etc. may be returned to a blank slate. Shown.
Mr. Masatoshi Ogawa, Chairman of the Constitutional Democratic Party, bans Russian crude oil imports "Japan should also consider"
Regarding the announcement that the United States will take measures to ban the import of crude oil from Russia, Ogawa, the chairman of the Constitutional Democratic Party's political investigation, said that Japan should also consider implementing it.
Ukrainian staying in Japan "Relief supplies locally" Requested at a Constitutional Democratic Party
Ukrainians staying in Japan attended the Constitutional Democratic Party's meeting and requested that relief supplies such as medicines and groceries be delivered to the site.
Soaring crude oil and raw materials “Need to consider additional economic measures” Komeito North Deputy Representative
The North Deputy Representative of the Komeito Party said at a press conference that the prices of crude oil and other raw materials are rising due to the influence of the situation in Ukraine, and after planning the early establishment of the budget for the new fiscal year, consideration of additional economic measures will be considered. He showed the recognition that it was necessary.
Restoration “Promptly take measures against soaring gasoline and food products” Request the LDP
As the situation in Ukraine is expected to put a heavy burden on people's lives in Japan, the Nippon Ishin no Kai should promptly take measures against the soaring prices of foodstuffs such as wheat as well as gasoline to the Liberal Democratic Party. I requested.
Prime Minister Kishida Exchanged Opinions at Toyosu Market Understanding the Impact on Raw Material Costs and Countermeasures
Prime Minister Kishida visited the Toyosu market in Tokyo, exchanged opinions with the managers of fisheries wholesalers, and then gave reporters a detailed understanding of the impact of the situation in Ukraine on fuel costs and raw material costs. , Showed the idea of considering further measures.
Prime Minister Kishida “Working to improve Japan-South Korea relations” with South Korea's new presidential decision
Prime Minister Kishida welcomed reporters in Tokyo about the appointment of Yoon Suk-yeol as the new president of South Korea, and plans to work together to improve the chilling relationship between Japan and South Korea. Shown.
Government pays close attention to the international community and considers measures to ban imports of Russian crude oil
Regarding the announcement that the Biden administration in the United States will take measures to ban the import of crude oil from Russia, there are a number of cautious opinions within the government and the ruling party that Japan will take similar measures. The government plans to consider what kind of measures can be taken while paying close attention to the trends of the international community.
Mr. Shintaro Ishihara The feeling of being shaken by the sentence of life expectancy "The sun will set someday"
It turns out that the manuscript written by Shintaro Ishihara, who was an Akutagawa Prize-winning author and governor of Tokyo and died on the 1st of last month, was entrusted to the publisher, and his feelings of swaying toward death are being continued.
Responding to improving Japanese government relations with the change of South Korean government
Following the appointment of Yoon Suk-yeol as the new president of South Korea, the government hopes to use the change of government as an opportunity to improve Japan-South Korea relations, but it will fill the gap between the two countries with issues such as "recruitment." There is also a view that it is not easy, and the policy is to carefully assess the response of the new administration.
Prime Minister Kishida Coordinates with visits to India, etc. Cooperation to improve the situation in Ukraine
Prime Minister Kishida has been coordinating to visit India and other countries from 19th this month, taking into account that India is cautious about sanctions against Russia, which continues its military invasion of Ukraine. I would like to confirm the cooperation for improving the situation at the meeting with the Prime Minister.
Oil and gas business in Sakhalin, Russia Is it difficult for Japan to withdraw?
An oil and gas development project in Sakhalin, where Western companies have announced their withdrawal one after another following the military invasion of Ukraine by Russia. Japan is also deeply involved, but at the moment there is a widespread view within the government that withdrawal may be difficult from the perspective of energy security.