Additional measures, such as the benefit of the rent, the Liberal-Democratic Party proposed to the Prime Minister

Additional measures, such as the rent benefit, the Liberal-Democratic Party proposes to the Prime Minister Corona Measures May 21 18:21

In the wake of the spread of the new coronavirus, the LDP has proposed to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe additional economic measures, such as providing two-thirds of the rent to businesses with a certain decrease in sales, in order to organize the second amendment budget proposal.
The LDP’s Chairman of the Political Affairs Committee, Kishida, handed a proposal to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the Prime Minister’s office.

The proposal calls on businesses that have reduced sales to a certain extent to pay two-thirds of their rent, and that businesses that run multiple stores should consider further support measures.

In addition, if the school receives a tuition fee or other exemption for students whose household budget has changed sharply, the government subsidizes it and includes a maximum monthly allowance of about 330,000 yen for those who cannot receive a leave allowance from their work.

In addition, we are looking for an expansion of allowances for health care workers and support for single-parent households, as well as the expansion of “temporary grants for regional revitalization” and increased reserve costs in preparation for the second wave of the new coronavirus.

In response, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said, “We must fulfill our great responsibilities to protect the lives and jobs of our people. I want to summarize it on the 27th.”

Based on the proposals, the government will compile additional economic measures next week to pass the draft budget for the Second Amendment in the current Diet session.

Prior to this, Mr. Kishida and Mr. Aisaka, chairman of the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan, met in the Diet, and Mr. Aisaka called for the support of rents for businesses that run multiple stores.

Mr. Aisaka told reporters, “I recognize that measures are needed for businesses that both the ruling and opposition parties run many stores. I would like to ask the government.”