The reaction of the political world to Mr. Kan’s election as the new president of the Liberal Democratic Party

Mr. Kan elected as ldp’s new president The reaction of the political world is September 14 at 5:41 p.m.

This is the reaction of the political world to the election of Chief Cabinet Secretary Naoto Kan as the new president of the Liberal Democratic Party.

Secretary-General of the Liberal Democratic Party, Mr. Nikai, “I will fully trust and cooperate with you.”

Mr. Nikai, secretary general of the Liberal Democratic Party, told reporters, “I am very happy and hearted to see that there is a lot of expectation. Mr. Kan is a politician of the kneading, and has been able to give enough power from the table and the shadow about the management of the party up to now. We have the necessary elements for politicians in terms of ability, integrity, execution, and all aspects, so we will fully trust and cooperate with them.”

Defense Minister Kono: “The Good Things about the Liberal Democratic Party: Uniting Together”

Defense Minister Kono, who supported Chief Cabinet Secretary Naoto Kan, told reporters at the Ministry of Defense, “The good thing about the Liberal Democratic Party is to unite. We will work together to restart the economy in the corona.”

Mr. Koizumi, Minister of the Environment, “Becomes a Reformed Government”

Environment Minister Koizumi, who supported Chief Cabinet Secretary Naoto Kan, told reporters, “What Mr. Kan repeatedly said during the presidential election was reform, and this feeling is the same for me. Now, the public’s expectation is what kind of reform Mr. Kan will make, and I think it will undoubtedly be a “reform regime” that transcends regulatory reform and the boundaries of ministries and agencies.”

Former Defense Minister Moto Nakatani: “Mr. Ishiba got a certain reputation”

Former Defense Minister Mr. Nakatani, who supported former Secretary General Ishiba, told reporters, “The region has a local reputation, and I think Mr. Ishiba has earned a certain level of evaluation. Now that the new president has been decided, I would like to unite and focus on issues such as the new coronavirus and the economy in a way that the Liberal Democratic Party is trusted by the people and supports in a wider range of forms.”

Regarding the personnel of party officers and ministers, Mr. Nakatani said, “I hope that the party will work together to demonstrate its overall strength in the right place and in the right place.”

Former Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Noda: “Measures to reduce the birthrate have been neglected for a long time”

Former Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Seiko Noda made it clear to reporters that she had voted for Chief Cabinet Secretary Naoto Kan, and said, “Many party members and members of the Diet did not want a sudden change and chose Mr. Kan as Prime Minister Abe’s successor.”

On top of that, he said, “The new coronavirus will stand up to some extent if vaccines and various treatments are established, but measures to reduce the birthrate have been neglected for a long time. It is a problem related to the existence of the nation itself, and I think it is a major blunder that did not proceed due to the evils of vertical administration, so I would like the new president to take on this issue.”

New Representative Edano, Ritsumin: “First of all, I would like to strongly demand a firm debate.”

Mr. Edano, the new head of the New Democratic Party of Japan, told reporters, “Prime Minister, the Cabinet is changing, so I would like to discuss political stance and opinions in the Diet. I don’t think there will be a dissolution or general election of the House of Representatives that will run away from the Diet debate and put a lid on the stinky ones. If we are going to dissolve, we will take it, but first of all, I would like to strongly demand a firm debate. Until the end of the year, if we do not diet, we will not be able to respond to the people’s entrust.”

Mr. Matsui, President of Ishin, “I’m going to take a very unsasoned attitude”

Mr. Matsui, president of the Japan Restoration Association, said, “I would like to congratulate you from the bottom of my heart on the birth of a new president who can share our joys and sorrows with us. I would like you to make every effort to protect the lives, society and economy of the people, especially in the corona, which can be called a national disaster, without being determined to inherit and develop the administration of former President Abe. The Japan Restoration Association will consistently take an unspealing attitude toward the government as long as it is an opposition party.”