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Reiwa Shinsengumi

Reiwa Shinsengumi

【質問内容及び回答】

  • Japan's calorie-based food self-sufficiency rate, which was over 70% in the 1960s, has dropped to 37% by 2020. The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries has set a goal of increasing the calorie-based food self-sufficiency rate to 45% by Fiscal Year 2030.
    Do you consider this target sufficient? If not, what’s the target number you propose?
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    [If choosing NO, what’s the target number you propose?]
    At least 50%.
    [Explanation]
    At least 50%. The UK’s target is 70%. We will aim to increase domestic agricultural production. We aim for 100% in the future so that the people in Japan will not starve under any circumstance. We need an aggressive fiscal policy to achieve this.

  • Many of the food additives that are currently approved for use in Japan have been banned or restricted in other countries due to their reported risks.
    Do you think the current regulations on food additives are sufficient?
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    補足説明

    Food additives that are banned in foreign countries are used in Japan. Another problem is that we have many food additives that are less regulated in Japan than compared to other countries. In some cases, some pesticides are allowed to be used as anti-septic agents even though they cannot be used as pesticides in Japan.

  • In response to the declining demand for rice as staple food, our government has been promoting the conversion of rice paddies into fields for soybeans and crops for animal feed by providing the Direct Payments for Rice Paddy Utilization. The eligibility of this direct payments recipients has become more restricted from Fiscal Year 2022.
    Do you think the reform of d the Direct Payments for Rice Paddy Utilization should be waived?
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    補足説明

    We believe that farmers who have been cooperating with the government's policy of reducing rice paddy and promoting crop conversion for many years will be severely affected. This will make it more difficult for them to continue shifting crops, and this will weigh on their business.

  • Will you lower the higher institutions’ tuition by half as soon as possible, aiming for free higher education?
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    補足説明

    If only the government decides to spend 4~5 trillion yen on it, we can provide free higher education. This can be achieved if the government chooses to be proactive in fiscal spending. We can lower the cost of higher education by half, with about 2 trillion yen. It is not at all impossible.

  • Japan’s public spending on education is at the lowest level among the OECD countries.
    Will you increase the budget for education in order to eliminate teacher shortages and reduce class sizes? If so, please specify by when and how much.
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    補足説明

    [By when and how much?] We will increase the amount by approximately 5 trillion yen over 5 years.[Explanation] According to "Education at a Glance 2021: OECD Indicators", as of 2018, public spending on primary through higher education accounted for 4.9% of GDP on average for OECD member countries and 4% for Japan. To raise public spending to 4.9% of GDP, on par with the OECD average, we would require approximately 5 trillion yen (556.2937 trillion yen x 0.009). Out of this amount, we would need four trillion yen to achieve completely free tuition up to higher education. So the first step is to immediately implement completely free higher education, aiming to reach the OECD average level within 5 years.

  • The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) promotes "Life’s Safety Education (Inochi no anzenkyoiku)" that teaches about the consent and boundaries to protect children from sexual violence. However, this guideline has gatekeeping guideline called Hadome Kitei restricts school from teaching about actual sexual intercourse or the process of pregnancy. Due to this restriction, Life’s Safety Education doesn’t provide students sufficient knowledge and understanding of sexuality.
    Do you plan lift the gatekeeping restriction and promote comprehensive sex education that teaches children to respect for human rights, based scientific evidence?
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    補足説明

    Children cannot understand what sexual violence and sexual assault are without an explanation of "intercourse" and the process of pregnancy. In 2009, UNESCO issued the "International Technical Guidance on Sexuality Education" (revised in 2018), and European countries are teaching sexual intercourse and contraceptive methods in upper primary and secondary schools based on the Guidance.

  • In Japan, children of foreign nationality are excluded from compulsory education and cannot receive education unless they request. There is concern some of such children may not be enrolled in elementary and junior high school, which are mandatory for Japanese citizens. In addition, Korean schools are excluded from the tuition support system for high school students, even though they meet the requirements for certification.
    Will you change the policy to guarantee equal educational opportunities for children of foreign nationalities, including free tuition for Korean schools?
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    補足説明

    Both the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, and the Convention on the Rights of the Child, which Japan has ratified, recognize the right to education for all children and state that primary education is compulsory and free of charge and that free secondary school education should be introduced gradually. The Japanese government should ensure equal educational opportunities and support children of compulsory education age who do not have Japanese citizenship so that they will not be left out of school. Regarding the exclusion of Korean schools from the free high school tuition support system, in February 2019, the Committee on the Rights of the Child recommended that the Japanese government review the system, stating that Korean schools should be treated in the same way as other foreign schools. From the perspective of "children's rights," the Japanese government should also make Korean schools eligible for free high school tuition.

  • Japan’s government expenditures on culture and the arts account for only 0.11% of the national budget, excluding the Covid-19 response budget. This is about one tenth of that of South Korea and far less than that of Germany, France, and other countries.
    Would you increase public spending on culture within the national budget? If so, please specify how much.
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    補足説明

    [How much?] Increase to reach the average of OECD countries. [Explanation] Because we do not have enough data to compare the scale of expenditures on culture and arts, we would avoid providing numerical targets. But we believe that as a developed country, Japan needs to extend its expenditures to the average of OECD countries. In order to protect Japan's arts and culture, we will establish a "fixed support fund for arts and culture" to secure the livelihood of individual artists and staff.

  • The importance of public hospitals has been reaffirmed during the COVID-19 pandemic. At the same time, plans are underway to reorganize and consolidate municipal and public hospitals.
    Do you support the consolidation of municipal/public hospitals and their privatization or conversion to local incorporated administrative agencies?
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    補足説明

    From 2010 to 2020, the number of hospital beds for general patients in Japan has been reduced by nearly 30% in 10 years. In addition, the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare (MHLW) released the names of 424 municipal and public hospitals nationwide in September 2019, calling for their consolidation and reorganization. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the adverse effects of reducing the supply of the healthcare system. We are against safety net cuts that reduce security.

  • The government has raised the income of caregivers and childcare workers by about 3%, which is an average of 9,000 yen per month, in 2022. On the other hand, the average salary of caregivers and childcare workers is still said to be about 80,000 to 90,000 yen lower than the average of all industries.
    Do you intend to improve compensation for caregivers and childcare workers, including further increases of their salaries?
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    補足説明

    We Reiwa Shinsengumi pledge a 100,000 yen increase in monthly wages for workers in nursing care and childcare. The Kishida administration passed a supplementary budget last December that called for a "¥9,000 wage increase for nursing care workers," but the actual wage increase has not reached ¥9,000. In the first place, the government subsidy for this wage increase will end in September of this year, and its amount will be reduced to one-fourth from October 2022. This is a fraud by the government to force nursing care insurance premiums and local governments to make up the difference after the reduction. The supplementary budget includes only 15.3 billion yen for "improvement of compensation for nursing care workers. This is two digits short of the 2 trillion yen needed to raise the wages of nursing care and childcare workers to the average level of all industries at government expense.

  • Currently, Japan's standards for the placement ratio of childcare workers are 1 adult for every 3 children aged 0, 1 adult for every 6 children aged 1 to 2, 1 adult for every 20 children aged 3, and 1 adult for every 30 children aged 4 to 5.
    Will you improve these standards of childcare workers placement ratio? If so, please specify how much?
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    補足説明

    ZENSHIHOREN (Japan Private Nursery School Association) calls for a 15:1 ratio for 3-year-olds, 6:1 for 1-year-olds, 5:1 for 2-year-olds, and 20:1 for 4- to 5-year-olds. We will continue to consider this while taking these figures and the needs of the field into account.

  • Will you make emergency contraception available to purchase under the pharmacist's guidance without prescriptions?
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    補足説明

    We believe that access to contraceptives is a basic right for survivors of sexual violence and others to avoid unwanted pregnancies.

  • The Maternal Protection Act stipulates that the consent from the spouse must be obtained when undergoing an abortion, except in cases of pregnancy resulting from assault or threat.
    Would you repeal the "spousal consent requirement" as stated in Article 14 of the Maternal Protection Act?
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    補足説明

    We believe that a woman should be able to choose whether to give birth, and this is an important right.

  • There is concern that if the global temperature rise 1.5°C above, climate disasters, water shortages, and food problems will become even more serious and critical. However, if the current situation remains unchanged, the global temperature is expected to reach 2.7°C above by 2100, and efforts are required from each country to achieve the "Paris Agreement 1.5°C goal" to limit the temperature increase to 1.5°C. The Japanese government's greenhouse gas emission reduction target is "46-50% reduction compared to 2013 levels by 2030," but this is considered to be an inadequate level that does not align with the 1.5°C goal.
    Will you raise the target number of greenhouse gas emission reduction level to 62% that aligns with the Paris Agreement 1.5°C limit?
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    補足説明

    We only have 8 years left until 2030. And we believe there are other ways to do this, such as raising the 2030 target and setting a 2040 target as soon as possible, which would provide a pathway to the 1.5℃ goal. We will continue to emphasize that global climate change is a problem that we cannot ignore and it is affecting our immediate surroundings such as heavy rainfall and extreme heat. And globally it is causing grain crises and large-scale wildfires and threatening the livelihoods of people living on rising coastal waters, which would impact security.

  • At the COP26 meeting held in Glasgow last year, all participating countries agreed to reduce coal-fired power generation, which is the largest source of CO2 emissions. In order to achieve the "Paris Agreement 1.5°C limit", developed countries must reduce coal-fired power generation to zero by 2030, but the Japanese government has set the target number of coal-fired power generation to 19% by 2030.
    Will you reduce domestic coal power to zero by 2030?
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    補足説明

    In order to achieve "100% renewable energy," we will utilize high-efficiency natural gas-fired thermal power as an interim energy source. We will not restart nuclear power plants. In earthquake-prone Japan, we will go for both coal-free and nuclear power-free. We will utilize abundant natural energy sources.

  • As each prefecture’s minimum wage varies, there is the gap of 221 YEN between the highest and the lowest minimum wages. Estimates also suggest that about 1,500 yen per hour is actually needed as living wage.
    Will you raise the minimum hourly wage to 1,500 yen nation-wide?
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    補足説明

    The government has said it will raise the national average minimum wage to 1,000 yen, but as you point out, at least 1,500 yen per hour is necessary. Although 1,500 yen is only the minimum, it is necessary to achieve this. To prevent small and medium-size businesses from vanishing by the increased minimum wage, the government will compensate them for the wage increase. The government should provide support to companies through a combination of subsidies and reduction/exemption of the employer's portion of social insurance premiums. This will lead to genuine regional development, where people will be able to live at least minimally anywhere in Japan with a uniform national minimum wage.

  • Introduction of selective dual surname system for married couples is being discussed in order to eliminate unwanted surname changes and unwilling De Facto marriages. Will you introduce the option of selective dual surnames for married couples,
    which would allow both couples to maintain their surnames in the family register and still be married? If so, by when do you aim to introduce the change?
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    補足説明

    This is a policy that the government can introduce immediately. Regarding married couples' surnames, Reiwa Shinsengumi, jointly with the opposition parties, has submitted a lawmakers' bill to amend the Civil Code during the ordinary Diet session of 2022. It is possible as soon as the LDP changes its policy.

  • The Act on Promotion of Gender Equality in the Political Field requires each party to make efforts to have equal numbers of candidates of men and women, but actual efforts are left solely to the discretion of each party.
    Wil you make it mandatory for each party to disclose the target ratio of women in its candidate pool?
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    補足説明

    Along with making numerical targets mandatory and introducing a quota system, incentives should be provided through party subsidies and other means to encourage political parties to promote women's political participation.

  • The amount of Livelihood Assistance, which is used for the living cost such as clothes or utility bills out of Livelihood protection benefits, has been gradually reduced since 2013.
    Will you bring this back up to the previous amount that was set before 2013?
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    補足説明

    The reductions in the standards for livelihood protection that have been implemented to date have been problematic, as they have deviated from the conventional method of examination (level-balancing method) and have been implemented with the attitude that the reductions are justified without asking for expert opinions. The Osaka District Court ruled on February 22, 2021, that the reduction was illegal. We should call off the unfounded reduction of the livelihood assistance standards and establish a protection standard appropriate for "a minimum standard of living that is healthy and culturally acceptable". The public assistance standards are also linked to the standards for school enrollment assistance, the maximum amount of inhabitant tax exemption, and the minimum wage, and are the basis for the stability of the nation's livelihood, requiring more transparency in the decision-making process than the regular operating budget. The decision-making process also needs a mechanism to reflect the opinions of recipients.

  • Will you enact an "LGBT Equality Law" that explicitly prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity?
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    補足説明

    In the 2022 Diet session, Reiwa Shinsengumi, jointly with the opposition parties, submitted the LGBT Discrimination Elimination Bill as a legislative proposal. Based on the legal basis, we will create a society where no one is discriminated against based on any sexual orientation or gender identity.

  • Will you legislate same-sex marriage?
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    補足説明

    Creating a system that allows everyone to marry the person of their choice will lead to a society where everyone can live authentically. The opposition parties will continue to work together to legislate same-sex marriage.

  • The Gender Identity Disorder Special Cases Act allows a transgender individual to change their sex recognized by law. However, WHO's ICD-11, released in 2019, no longer lists "gender identity disorder" and introduces a new term called "Gender Incongruence" in the category of conditions related to sexual health. In addition, the Gender Identity Disorder Special Cases Act stipulates that one does not have minor child, is not married, and will undergo sex-reassignment surgery. This sets extremely high barriers and some of requirements are considered as human rights violations internationally.
    Will you amend the Gender Identity Disorder Special Cases Act to ease the requirements?
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    補足説明

    We believe that requiring physical requirements such as surgical and appearance requirements, such as "the body must have an appearance that approximates the genital part of the body pertaining to the other sex," is problematic.

  • Will you reduce or abolish the consumption tax?
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    補足説明

    Corporate tax cuts and consumption tax hikes have been always paired. We could say that about 73% of consumption tax revenues were used to fill the gap between corporate tax cuts. When the current tax consumption law was introduced, even Prime Minister Takeshita who promoted this law in the Diet debate then expressed 9 concerns, including its regressiveness. This problem has not been resolved at all. The consumption tax is almost like a "fine" for low-income groups, which is taken every time they consume. What the government actually means by “rectifying the balance between direct and indirect taxation” is nothing more than "income tax cuts for the wealthy and corporate tax cuts for large corporations”.

  • There is concern that the implementation of the Invoice System will increase the financial and administrative burden on many businesses, including freelancers and small and medium-size businesses, and that it will prevent young talent from emerging.
    Will you terminate or abolish the implementation of the Invoice System?
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    補足説明

    The government should not introduce the Japanese invoice system that actually imposes administrative burdens and tax obligations even on freelancers with low incomes. By abolishing the consumption tax, we should make the invoice system itself unnecessary.

  • The effective corporate tax rate has been reduced every year since 1984. Especially since 2015, expecting to see the increase of salaries and business investment, the effective corporate tax rate was further decreased, but such redistribution did not happen. Some argues that the effective corporate tax rate should be raised.
    What percentage do you think is appropriate for the effective corporate tax rate?
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    [Answer] We believe that we should use progressive taxation for corporate income tax, instead of a single tax rate. [Explanation]We believe that we should use progressive taxation for corporate income tax, instead of a single tax rate. At the same time, we will conduct a sweeping review of the preferential tax treatment of large corporations through special tax measures that lower the effective tax rate for large corporations.

  • Do you think that the government should investigate and disclose the detailed use of the "Covid-19 Contingency funds" of over 11 trillion yen, the final use of which has not been precisely identified?
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    補足説明

    The problem is that it is impossible to track how the reserve funds, whose expenditure is decided by the Cabinet and allocated to each ministry, are used after being distributed to the prefectures. It was significant that there was a huge amount of reserve funds at the time of the emergency of the COVID-19 pandemic, which was an unprecedented fight against infectious diseases. However, it is a problem that there was no system to verify how the funds were used after the fact at the Committee on Financial Statements.

  • The government guideline says that it will encourage people to obtain “Maina Insurance Card”, which integrates the Individual Number (My Number) card and the health insurance card, and in the future aims to abolish the current health insurance card. There are various concerns such as leakage of personally identifiable information and confusion in the medical field.
    Do you support that promotes Maina Insurance Card and the abolition of the current health insurance card in tandem?
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    補足説明

    Maina Insurance Card does not dispel concerns about personal information protection and security measures. There is a risk of leakage of personal information due to loss, or unauthorized access to medical information.

  • Do you think that the government has sufficiently provided apology and compensation to the victims of forced sterilization under the former eugenic law to remedy their human rights violation?
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    補足説明

    The Lump-sum Payment Law is unclear about the government's responsibility for the forced sterilizations performed under the Eugenic Protection Law and its apology to the victims. 3.2 million yen, the amount of the lump-sum payment, is considered insufficient compensation for the damage done to the lives of the victims. In addition, many of those who have undergone forced sterilization have suffered because they could not tell their spouses about it, and their spouses have suffered because they thought it was their fault that they could not have children. It is necessary to revise the Lump-sum Payment Law to clearly state the government's responsibility and apology, to increase the amount of compensation, and to revise the law so that not only the party who underwent forced sterilization but also their spouse is eligible for compensation.

  • In recent years, discrimination agitation groups and online hate speech (discrimination incitement) have become more serious problems, and the Anti-Hate Speech Act was passed in 2016. However, discriminatory demonstrations and propaganda activities by xenophobic groups continue to this day, and discrimination against foreign residents and discrimination in employment have not disappeared.
    Do you agree with the swift enactment of the "Basic Law for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination" with penalties?
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  • In Japan’s Control Immigration Centers, foreign nationals, whose residency permit has been revoked but who have family in Japan or who cannot return home due to war or civil unrest in their country of nationality, are detained, sometimes for long periods of time, according to unclear criteria. Serious incidents and accidents are constantly occurring at these facilities, including deaths of detainees left without proper medical care.
    Will you stop Immigration Control Centers’ long-term/indefinite detention that usually followed by deportation, and under certain conditions, will you issue a residency permit to the foreign citizens who stay in Japan due to the circumstances that prohibit them from returning to their home country?
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    補足説明

    The current situation in which detainees are detained for long periods of time in poor conditions should be improved as soon as possible. We must provide human rights training to immigration officials, and set a legal limit on the length of detention. We cannot have another victim like Ms. Wishma Sandamali.

  • The current Technical Intern Training Program for foreign nationals is barely protecting basic human rights as 70% of the participating workplaces violate the Labor Standard Law and so many cases of prohibiting pregnancy or marriage are reported, Will you abolish the Technical Intern Program for Foreign Nationals?
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    補足説明

    The U.S. Department of State has condemned Japan's technical internship system for human rights violations every year since 2007. The United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD) has also made repeated recommendations to the Japanese government. The foreign technical internship system should be abolished as soon as possible.

  • The age of consent is the minimum age at which a person is considered capable of consenting to sexual intercourse. The age of consent in Japan has never been revised since it was established in the Penal Code during the Meiji era, and is lower compared to other countries.
    Will you raise the age of consent from 13 years old to 16 years old?
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    補足説明

    From the perspective of the right to self-determination, we believe that the age of consent for sexual intercourse should be at least 16 years old, which is the age one has already finished their mandatory education by then.

  • Under the current Penal Code, forced intercourse cannot be considered as a crime unless assault, intimidation, or the victim’s inability to resist is proven, but in many cases, it is difficult to prove that the victim "desperately resisted," so the damage is not recognized as damage.
    Will you revise the current Penal Code by eliminating the requirements of assault, intimidation and inability to resist from Articles 177 and 178 of the Penal Code, and make non-consensual sexual intercourses, including intercourse with a person who engages involuntarily and intercourse that takes advantage of the situation where the victim has difficulty in forming, expressing, o pursuing their consent or non-consent, punishable?
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    補足説明

    The current crime of forced sexual intercourse has a too narrow scope of punishment.

  • The statute of limitations for the crime of forcible sexual intercourse is 10 years and for the crime of forcible indecency 7 years. In many cases, the statute of limitation expires before the victims becomes aware that they have been victimized, resulting unrecognized cases.
    Will you abolish the statute of limitations for crimes of forcible sexual intercourse and forcible indecency?
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    Regarding the statute of limitations for sex crimes, we think it is too short. However, we must also discuss whether the statute of limitations should be completely eliminated. For example, it could be set to 20 or 30 years.

  • Do you believe that there is an urgent issue that requires a constitutional amendment, not a legal amendment? If so, please specify what they are.
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    There are no pressing issues that require a constitutional amendment. All can be addressed by legal reform and budgetary measures. Many issues can be resolved by amending the law and raising financial resources through the issuance of government bonds. We feel a sense of uneasiness about the view of constitutional reform as a cure-all-solution.

  • With Japan's defense expenditures at a record high for eight consecutive years, there is a debate about further doubling the defense budget. At the same time, however, there is no clear funding source, and there is concern that taxes will be raised to pay and social security spending will be cut for the increased defense spending.
    Will you continue increasing defense spending?
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    補足説明

    Even if defense spending is increased, it is likely to be used to pay the bill from the U.S. for FMS (Foreign Military Sales), which will only strengthen the U.S. industrial base. We believe that it would be better to use the money to enhance social security.

  • For the first time since the end of World War II, the government is mulling the "enemy base attack capability," which would allow Japan to broadly attack missile bases and other military bases in the territory of other countries. This capability would enable Japan to attack other countries without a direct attack on Japan.
    Do you agree with the possession of the "enemy base attack capability" as currently being discussed?
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    補足説明

    The LDP has been changing the signage by renaming things that have a bad reputation. For example, the LDP has introduced the term "Legislation for Peace and Security " (the 2015 Security Law) to approve the use of the right to collective self-defense and to present them as the second team of the U.S. military. The change of signage may fool the domestic public, but foreign countries saw through it, saying that Japan has declared that it has the capability to strike first and to hit enemy bases.

  • Do you aim to participate the Treaty on the prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in the future?
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    Japan should participate in the TPNW now, not eventually. At the very least, we should join the TPNW as an observer immediately.

  • In response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, there has been discussion that Japan should also start nuclear sharing. Do you agree that Japan should start nuclear sharing?
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    補足説明

    A total of about 100 U.S. nuclear weapons are located in the territories of five countries: Belgium, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, and Turkey. This is what is called "nuclear sharing". This policy was established in the 1950s before the NPT (Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty) was established. If Japan were to place U.S. nuclear weapons in the country, as these countries have done, it could also violate the NPT, which prohibits the transfer of nuclear weapons or their control to non-nuclear nations. In addition, it would also violate one of the three non-nuclear principles: "not allowing the entry of nuclear weapons into the country."

  • Regarding the relief for those who were exposed to the "black rain" containing radioactive materials that fell immediately after the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, the government recognized those who were outside the relief area as Hibakusha and made them eligible for the issuance of the Hibakusha Health Certificate.
    Will those who were exposed to the "black rain" in Nagasaki be included in the Hibakusha Health Handbook?
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  • Will you commit to safe decommissioning of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, and shut down all the nuclear power plants by 2030 and decommission them all one by one?
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    補足説明

    We should shut down all nuclear power plants immediately. We should not allow the restart of nuclear plants. The government then should purchase assets from each power company. We should immediately take the steps toward the decommissioning of nuclear power plants. Establish decommissioning of nuclear power plants as public works in the regions where the plants are located. The subsidy for nuclear power plants when the reactors are operated should be guaranteed.

  • Do you agree with releasing contaminated water generated from Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear into the ocean?
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    補足説明

    The way the government is proceeding with this without the consensus of people from the local coastal communities is out of the question.

  • Under the current Act on Support for Reconstructing Livelihoods of Disaster Victims, 3 million yen will be provided at maximum, depending on the extent of damage and how the house is reconstructed. However, it has been pointed out that this amount is insufficient to rebuild livelihoods if one loses their house and their job.
    Do you think that the current maximum amount of 3 million yen for Support Grants for Reconstructing Livelihoods of Disaster Victims is sufficient? If this is not sufficient, please specify the appropriate amount?
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    補足説明

    [The appropriate amount] We should raise the amount between 6 to 10 million yen according to the scale of the disaster. [Explanation] In the case of total destruction, construction or purchase of a house is said to cost 18~21 million yen. In many cases, even if the house is totally destroyed, there is still a mortgage to pay. The current maximum of 3 million yen is insufficient. At least double the amount is needed.

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