Regarding the government's decision to postpone the dispatch of government officials such as ministers over the Beijing Olympics and Paralympics next year, the Liberal Democratic Party's chairman of the political investigation, Takaichi, said that he "lost his decision late" and decided earlier. He showed the recognition that he should have.

The government called it a "diplomatic boycott" last week as the United States and the United Kingdom announced a "diplomatic boycott" that would not send government officials due to China's human rights issues over the response to the Beijing Olympics and Paralympics next year. I decided not to use expressions and to forgo the dispatch of government officials such as ministers.



Regarding this, the Liberal Democratic Party's chairman of the political investigation, Takaichi, said in the Internet program "Tetsuya Watanabe Show" that appeared on the afternoon of the 27th, "I lost my judgment late. The government should have decided on a'diplomatic boycott'more quickly. ".



In addition, Mr. Takaichi said that the adoption of a parliamentary resolution that raises concerns about human rights violations in China and other countries was postponed at the previous extraordinary session of the Diet. I couldn't submit it because I didn't sign it stubbornly. It may have been a consideration to make the face of the Cabinet, but I'm regrettable. "

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