The Liberal Democratic Party and the Constitutional Democratic Party, the chairman of the National Assembly, met on the 5th after Prime Minister Suga expressed his intention to extend the deadline on the 7th of this month by about two weeks. Received a report from the Diet and agreed to ask questions from the ruling and opposition parties.
Regarding the state of emergency issued to the three prefectures of the Tokyo metropolitan area, Prime Minister Suga announced on the night of the 3rd that he would consider extending the deadline of the 7th of this month by about two weeks.
In response to this, the Liberal Democratic Party's chairman of the Diet, Moriyama, and the Constitutional Democratic Party's chairman of the Diet, Jun Azumi, met in the Diet, held the House of Representatives Steering Committee on the 5th, received a report from the government, and asked questions from the ruling and opposition parties. I agreed to do it.
In addition, while Mr. Azumi requested that Prime Minister Suga make an important issue regarding the government's report, Mr. Moriyama expressed his intention to take it home and consider it.
In response to this, the House of Representatives Steering Committee decided to meet at the board of directors from 5:30 pm on the 5th.
On the other hand, in a meeting with Mr. Moriyama, Mr. Azumi reported that the executives of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, who had been disciplined for entertainment problems from satellite broadcasting related companies, were also receiving high-priced entertainment from NTT. He pointed out that it should be investigated, and Mr. Moriyama responded by telling the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications.