Former Secretary-General Ishiba, September 13, 19:58
The former LDP secretary-general secretary stated that the reform of the cabinet did not result in the admission of the members of the stone-breaking party, saying, “I shouldn't say that”, but over the clarification of the Self-Defense Forces by the Constitutional amendment that Prime Minister Abe is motivated by Expressed the idea that issues related to national life should be given priority.
Former Secretary-General Ishiba told reporters in Tokyo that the reshuffling of the cabinet did not result in the admission of the members of the stone-breaking party. I shouldn't say that. "
On the other hand, Prime Minister Abe has expressed his willingness to amend the Constitution to specify the Self-Defense Forces, “If you just write the Self-Defense Forces and nothing changes, you should spend energy elsewhere. It is natural that the issues involved are prioritized. "
In addition, when the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology was deputy secretary of government, a document was said to have been put together to summarize the remarks when meeting with the director of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology over the establishment of the veterinary school of the school corporation “Kake Gakuen”. Mr. Ishibaki said, “Because I was given the ministership, I would explain it everywhere. I think it all depends on it.”