Mr. Kurokawa resigned as Chief Prosecutor of the Opposition Party, ruling party, and the supplementary budget, may 22, 15:53
In the wake of the resignation of Attorney-General Kurokawa of the Tokyo High Prosecutor’s Office, the opposition party asked the Budget Committee of the House of Representatives to hold intensive deliberations, while the ruling party continued to consult on the issue, saying it wanted to prioritize deliberations on the second amendment budget proposal.
The head of the ruling and opposition parties of the Budget Committee of the House of Representatives met in the Diet on the afternoon of The House of Representatives.
In this case, the opposition party called for intensive deliberations, saying that it was necessary to hear an explanation from Prime Minister Abe over the resignation of Mr. Kurokawa, the chief prosecutor of the Tokyo High Prosecutor’s Office, who had been gambling.
In response, the ruling party will continue to consult with the ruling party in order to prioritize deliberations on the second amendment budget proposal, which has been affected by the spread of the new coronavirus.
Ministry of Justice “no secret leaks”
At the House of Representatives Cabinet Committee, Mr. Michiyoshi Yuzuki, who belongs to the constitutional democratic party and other factions, asked whether the Ministry of Justice had conducted an investigation into whether there had been any leaks of investigative information from Mr. Kurokawa to a newspaper reporter who was present at the betting marjan.
In response, Kazuto Hosaka, a spokesman for the Ministry of Justice, explained that “there was no such fact in the investigation regarding the leak of confidential information, such as investigative information.”