Regarding child policy, the Constitutional Democratic Party has submitted to the Diet a "Comprehensive Basic Bill for Children," which includes doubling the budget related to child policy, saying that the government's efforts are inadequate.

According to the "Comprehensive Basic Bill for Children" submitted by the Constitutional Democratic Party to the House of Representatives, Japan's budget related to children's policies is significantly smaller than that of European countries. It is supposed to be.

On top of that, we are planning to extend the child allowance, which is currently up to junior high school graduation, to the third year of high school, and to add a child-rearing allowance of 10,000 yen a month.

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it clearly states the establishment of a third-party organization that has the authority to investigate child abuse, etc., for which there are cautious opinions within the LDP, and to make recommendations to the government, and the government is aiming to establish it. The "Children's and Family Affairs Agency" has included the establishment of a "Ministry of Children" that will centrally handle work related to early childhood education under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology and nursery schools under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, as the vertical division of ministries and agencies will not be resolved. is.

Takashi Kii, a member of the House of Representatives who submitted the bill, said, "I would like to ask the world what the organization should be and what the organization should be to improve the child policy with the bill in the form of'Children First'."