The Liberal Democratic Party will set up a new institution headed by Secretary-General Nikai on the 13th next week to start concrete discussions toward the establishment of the "Children's Office" that will centrally handle policies related to children.
Last week, Prime Minister Suga received a proposal from a volunteer member of the Liberal Democratic Party to establish a "Children's Office" that would centrally carry out policies, and instructed the Secretary-General of the Second Floor to proceed with consideration within the party. did.
In response to this, the Liberal Democratic Party plans to establish a new institution with Mr. Nikai at the top and members of the party's executive department, the Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare, and the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology. Approximately 10 people in charge of practical work discussed how to proceed with future discussions.
Then, if the party's general affairs meeting, which will be held on the 13th next week, officially decides to establish a new institution, it will promptly hold the first meeting and start concrete discussions on the role of the "Children's Office" and the ideal organization. confirmed.