China News Service, February 22. According to a comprehensive report by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications of Japan, a recent investigation by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications of Japan found that a total of 11 employees related to broadcasting administration have been received by the eldest son of Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga. The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications intends to issue punishment on the 24th. Decided.
Data map: Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga.
Earlier, it was reported that four officials, including Yawaki Yasuhiko Taniwaki and Masato Yoshida, of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, had accepted the hospitality of Yoshihide Suga’s eldest son, including dining at high-end restaurants and receiving taxi tickets.
According to the report, Yoshihide Suga's eldest son worked for the broadcasting company "Tohoku Shinsha", and he banqueted mainly officials from the satellite broadcasting management department, and there was a stake between the two.
According to the ethical norms of the Japanese National Public Servants Ethics Law, public servants are prohibited from accepting entertainment or gifts from interested parties.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications conducted an investigation after the scandal, and found that in addition to the four officials reported by the media, another seven staff members had also received hospitality from the eldest son of Yoshihide Suga and others.
The report pointed out that the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications is currently compiling relevant reports to review and sanction the 11 recipients. If they are approved by the ethical review committee, they will issue a sanction decision as soon as possible on the 24th.