No subsidies to the International Art Festival Opposition "Discussion at the House of Representatives Constitution" October 24, 14:19
Regarding the fact that the Agency for Cultural Affairs decided not to grant subsidies for the Aichi International Art Festival, the opposition party said, “The government will control the content of the expression, which will be a threat to freedom of expression.” As a result, we asked the ruling party to discuss at the Constitutional Review Board of the House of Representatives.
In response to the fact that the Agency for Cultural Affairs decided not to grant all subsidies at the Aichi Triennale, an international art festival held in Aichi Prefecture, members of the Constitutional Democratic Party's Constitutional Examination Committee, such as Yamahana and the Constitutional Research President Interviewed from Aichi Prefecture on the 23rd.
Members interviewed 24 journalists and Mr. Yamaka said, “As a result of the interview, there was a strong suspicion that the contents of the exhibition were judged and non-delivery was decided. There is no reason for the non-delivery decision.” Pointed out.
On top of that, he said, “The government will control the content of the expression and will be a threat to the freedom of expression” guaranteed by the constitution.
The opposition party will ask the ruling party to discuss the process of non-delivery decisions at the Constitutional Review Board of the House of Representatives.