Regarding the benefit of 100,000 yen for those under the age of 18, the Constitutional Democratic Party will provide a separate payment to single-parent households who cannot receive benefits due to divorce, etc., to ensure that all children reach it. I submitted the bill to the House of Representatives.

Regarding the benefit equivalent to 100,000 yen to 18 years old or younger, if you divorce or separate after September last year, it will be transferred to the account of the parent who is not raising the child, not the household of the single parent who is actually raising the child. It has been pointed out that there is a possibility of divorce.

In response to this, the Constitutional Democratic Party submitted a bill to the House of Representatives on the 18th to ensure that all children are reached by the government separately for single-parent households who cannot receive benefits. did.

The bill also includes provisions that allow municipalities to claim refunds if parents who are not raising their children receive benefits.

After submitting the bill, Takashi Kii, a member of the House of Representatives of the Constitutional Democratic Party, told reporters, "The government has left the mechanism of" 100,000 yen that cannot be reached "to create divisions among children. I want to create a mechanism to reach it. "

In addition, a single mother in her thirties who was present with Mr. Shiroi said, "I can't contact the ex-husband who received the benefit. I complained.