The Liberal Democratic Party has a policy of returning to a blank sheet and reviewing the 5,000 yen benefit that is being considered to support pensioners, saying that there are many dissenting opinions. The way of support for pensions is also expected to be one of the focal points.

In light of rising prices due to the situation in Ukraine, Prime Minister Kishida has instructed the relevant ministers to put together emergency measures by the end of next month on the 29th, and discussions on the formulation are expected to begin in earnest within the government and the ruling party. ..



Under these circumstances, the Liberal Democratic Party's chairman of the Liberal Democratic Party's Political Survey, Takaichi, disagreed with the 5,000 yen benefit that is being considered to support pensioners. As it became difficult, he suggested returning to a blank sheet and reviewing it.



The Liberal Democratic Party has decided to put together a proposal to the government for emergency measures by the middle of next month, and it seems that one of the focal points will be how to support pensioners as well as measures against soaring crude oil prices.



On the other hand, regarding emergency measures, Komeito representative Yamaguchi should formulate a supplementary budget and enact it in the current Diet, while Secretary General of the Liberal Democratic Party Mogi and others are preparing for the new fiscal year budget for the time being. It is expected that the ruling party will make adjustments regarding the necessity of the supplementary budget and the timing of its formation, with the negative opinion that it can be dealt with by.

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