This page is the news announced by NHK, a representative TV station in Japan.
Citizen Representative Tamaki has negative thoughts about the possibility of becoming a citizen and taking over the government.
Representative Tamaki of the Democratic Party of the People expressed a negative view of the possibility of the party forming a government with the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan, citing the lack of agreement on fundamental policies such as the constitution and national security.
Opposition parties seek to hold Prime Minister Kishida accountable over factional political funds, statements made one after another
Fierce debate is expected to continue this week in the Diet over the issue surrounding the political funding party of a faction of the Liberal Democratic Party. Opposition parties continue to hold Prime Minister Kishida accountable, and made a series of statements on the 12th.
Preparatory meeting for the Pacific Islands Summit confirms the importance of maintaining international order
A preparatory meeting for the Pacific Islands Summit to be held in Tokyo this summer was held in Fiji, and the participants confirmed the importance of firmly maintaining a rules-based international order.
Government solidifies long-term support policy for coast guard authorities in four Southeast Asian countries
The Japanese government has decided to provide long-term support to the coast guard authorities of four Southeast Asian countries, including the Philippines and Vietnam, and has begun drawing up a plan. Experts point out that the move is aimed at China, which continues to have territorial disputes with other countries in the South China Sea, and analyzes that it will be ``a very powerful help for each country.''
National Democratic Party Convention Representative Tamaki Political Funds “Strict response to Kishida administration”
At the National Democratic Party's convention, Representative Tamaki pointed out that the issue surrounding the LDP faction's political funding party "cannot be overlooked. The LDP has now lost its policy driving force," and responded harshly to the Kishida administration. I have expressed my intention to do so. At the convention, we decided on an activity policy that included increasing the number of votes received by 20% in each national election.
Representative Izumi Ritmin LDP survey on political funding issue “lack of objectivity”
Izumi, the representative of the Constitutional Democratic Party, said that in response to the issue regarding the LDP's faction's political funding party, a survey of its members was not objective, and related members of the Abe and Nikai factions have submitted to the Political Ethics Committee. I again asked him to attend and give an explanation.