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Ueno MHLW Parliamentary Resignation Pursuit of Opposition Party to Elucidate Facts | NHK News

2019-08-28T20:37:57.979Z

The Liberal Democratic Party Hiroshi Ueno, Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare, resigned after reporting that he had spoken over the status of residence of foreign workers. The opposition party ...



Ueno Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare resigns

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The Liberal Democratic Party Hiroshi Ueno, Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare, resigned after reporting that he had spoken over the status of residence of foreign workers. The opposition party will pursue the appointment, including a request for examination during the closing of the Diet to clarify the facts.

Liberal Democratic Party Hiroshi Ueno, Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare, reported that he was seeking money from a temporary staffing company in Tokyo in return for making a clue to the Ministry of Justice over the recognition of the status of residence of foreign workers at Weekly Bunharu. On the 28th, I resigned as Parliamentary Secretary.

Mr. Ueno commented and said, “There is no fact that he has spoken against the law, but there is an indication that it may lead to misunderstandings.

On the other hand, the representative representative of the Constitutional Democratic Party criticized, “If the government, the ruling party, and the person have the consciousness of being acquitted because they resigned from the parliamentary politician,” it criticized.

The opposition party will seek accountability and pursue the appointment, including the appointment during the closing of the Diet and the early summoning of the Diet to clarify the facts.

On the other hand, the ruling party is not willing to respond to the examination during the closing, but also from the Liberal Democratic Party's opinion that `` Mr. Ueno should fulfill accountability on its own '' There is also a voice saying "There is also a nature."

Source: nhk

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