Prime Minister Suga, who sent a video message at a convention held by an organization aiming to enact a new constitution, chaired by former Prime Minister Nakasone, who died, needs to proceed with discussions on constitutional revision beyond the framework of the ruling and opposition parties. I showed the recognition.
Former Prime Minister Nakasone, who died in November at the age of 101, was the chairman of the "New Constitutional Assembly", which is made up of bipartisan parliamentarians. The convention was held at the Constitutional Memorial Hall.
Former Prime Minister Abe and former Foreign Minister Hirofumi Nakasone, the eldest son, attended the meeting, and all of them offered a silent prayer at the beginning.
Prime Minister Suga, who sent a video message to the convention, said, "Isn't it natural to revise parts that are not suitable for the era of the current constitution? Whether it should play a role and how it should be positioned in the Constitution is an extremely important and important issue. "
On top of that, "The Liberal Democratic Party has already shown a starting point for four items such as the specification of the Self-Defense Forces and emergency response, and we should continue constructive discussions beyond the framework of the ruling and opposition parties to deepen the understanding of the people. Let's do our best together with Mr. Nakasone's will in mind. "