Japan and Saudi Arabia agree to cooperate on stabilizing crude oil market
Against the backdrop of the situation in Ukraine and other factors, the crude oil market remains uncertain. Prime Minister Kishida held a telephone conversation with Crown Prince Mohammed of Saudi Arabia and agreed to further advance cooperation toward stabilizing the oil market. did.
NHK public opinion poll for each party's approval rating
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Kishida Cabinet "support" 40%, lowest since Cabinet inauguration "disagree" 40%
According to an NHK public opinion poll, 40% of people said they supported the Kishida Cabinet, down 6 points from last month's survey, while 40% said they did not support it, up 12 points. %was. The percentage of people who answered "support" was the lowest since the Cabinet was launched last year.
Former Unification Church Government Side “Dissolution Order Not Satisfying Requirements to Request Court”
Concerning the former Unification Church, the Constitutional Democratic Party and the Communist Party held hearings from the government. I have indicated that I do not.
Communist Secretary General Koike “Kishida administration does not listen” in Okinawa gubernatorial election
Koike, head of the Japanese Communist Party's secretariat, said at a press conference, ``The fact that the Kishida administration can only say, ``Relocation to Henoko is the only solution,'' in response to the election results, is that ``I will not listen.'' It is clear. The will of the people of the prefecture is being expressed, and it is not a democratic government that does not listen."
Prime Minister Kishida relocates to Henoko; efforts will be made to gain the understanding of prefectural residents
In response to the re-election of incumbent Governor Tamaki, who protested against the relocation of the U.S. Futenma base to Henoko in Nago City, in the Okinawa gubernatorial election, Prime Minister Kishida continued to seek the understanding of the Okinawan people for the relocation to Henoko. In order to get it, I showed the idea that I would make an effort.
``Relocation to Henoko is the solution. Steady progress'' Chief Cabinet Secretary after Okinawa gubernatorial election
Regarding the re-election of incumbent Governor Tamaki, who opposed the relocation of the U.S. Futenma base to Henoko in Nago City, was reelected in the Okinawa gubernatorial election, Chief Cabinet Secretary Matsuno said the government's position that the relocation to Henoko is the only solution. After repeated explanations, he expressed his intention to steadily proceed with the construction while carefully explaining to the locals.
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) will soon begin a demonstration experiment in which companies will trade the excess or deficiency of emissions with the aim of introducing "carbon pricing," in which companies bear the cost according to the amount of carbon dioxide they emit. became.
Okinawa gubernatorial election Incumbent Denny Tamaki elected for the second time
The Okinawa gubernatorial election, which was a battle between an incumbent and a newcomer, was held on the 11th, and incumbent Denny Tamaki, who opposed the relocation of the U.S. Futenma base to Henoko, Nago City, was elected for the second time. I did it.