Regarding the representative election of the Constitutional Democratic Party, Izumi, the chairman of the political affairs investigation, said, "I have strengthened the feeling that I have to pull for the party's revitalization," and expressed his intention to run for office.

Mr. Izumi, the chairman of the political affairs investigation, expressed his intention to run for the representative election to decide the successor to former Democratic Party for the People's Democratic Party at a group meeting led by members from the former Democratic Party for the People.



After this, Mr. Izumi told reporters, "I strongly felt that someone had to lead this party in order to revitalize the party, and decided to run for the party. I want to aim for. "



On top of that, "The biggest issue in the representative election is how to revitalize the party and make it a political party that is useful to the people. I will appeal. "



Also, regarding cooperation with the Communist Party in the previous House of Representatives election, "There were some achievements, but there are some reflections that did not lead to the party's proportional vote. We have to make it a party that can be voted on with all our heart. "



Mr. Izumi has been elected to the Kyoto 3rd district of the House of Representatives eight times and is 47 years old.



At the former Democratic Party for the People, he served as the chairman of the Diet measures committee and the chairman of the political investigation, and lost in the representative election held in September last year in competition with Mr. Edano.



Mr. Izumi will announce policies at a press conference on the 17th.

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