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Prime Minister Kishida pays condolences to Soka Gakkai Honorary President Daisaku Ikeda
Following the death of Daisaku Ikeda, honorary president of Soka Gakkai, a support group for Komeito, on the 15th of this month, Prime Minister Kishida visited the Soka Gakkai headquarters in Tokyo on the night of the 19th to pay his condolences.
Liberal Democratic Party Policy Research Council Chairman Hagiuda: “We want to create a trend toward wage increases through economic measures.”
Liberal Democratic Party Political Affairs Research Chairman Hagiuda gave a speech in Kanazawa City, emphasizing that he wants to create a trend toward wage increases throughout society through economic measures for which deliberations on the supplementary budget bill will begin on the 20th.
Minister Takaichi ``hastens preparations for next year's bill submission'' to prevent cutting-edge technology leakage
In a Sunday debate on NHK, Minister of Economic Security Takaichi spoke about the importance of a system called ``security clearance,'' which checks in advance the trustworthiness of people handling important information at companies, etc., with the aim of preventing the leakage of cutting-edge technology. After emphasizing the importance of this system, he expressed his intention to hurry up preparations to submit the bill necessary to create the system in next year's regular session of the Diet.
Will the Communist Party make progress in appointing women and young people in executive personnel? Party convention held for the first time in four years
The Communist Party has included a policy to select female executives and increase the proportion of young executives in the draft resolution for the party convention to be held in January next year, and it will be interesting to see if progress will be made in appointing women and young people in executive personnel, which will be the focus. .
Prime Minister Kishida's press conference: ``Devoting efforts to summit diplomacy to lead the international community to cooperation''
At a press conference in the United States, Prime Minister Kishida reflected on his series of visits, saying that he had engaged in constructive dialogue from a broad perspective at the Japan-China summit meeting, and said that he would like to guide the international community toward cooperation. He expressed his intention to continue to devote himself to summit diplomacy.