Kan Cabinet Ministers’ Enthusiasm…

Kan Cabinet Ministers’ Enthusiasm… September 16, 19:41

This is the enthusiasm of the Cabinet members of the Kan Cabinet.

Mr. Takeda, Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications, “We will carefully produce results one by one”

Mr. Ryota Takeda, who was appointed Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications, told reporters when he left the Prime Minister’s Office after the call, “Prime Minister Kan instructed me to establish the My Number System as a solid system from the standpoint of the people, and to create a system that would give people an understanding of mobile services.”
On top of that, he expressed his aspirations, “I think that making it beneficial to the people is a common theme for all people, so I would like to produce results carefully and firmly one by one.”

Mr. Uekawa, Minister of Law, “I want to work as hard as I can.”

Yoko Kamikawa, who was appointed Minister of Justice, was explained by officials of the Ministry of Justice in the morning at the office of the Council Hall. Then, just before 4 p.m., when he received a call from the Prime Minister’s Office, he said with a serious expression, “Thank you very much. I’ll ask you.”
He told reporters, “I had time to reset and switch myself yesterday because I was able to fulfill the responsibilities given to me one by one, so I want to work really straight from today.”
When Yoko Kamikawa left the prime minister’s official residence after the call, she told reporters, “For me, the Minister of Justice will be in office for the third time. With a single mind to protect the safety and security of the people, I will work with all my heart and soul with a sense of tension.”

Foreign Minister Mogi” “Developing Diplomacy with a Strong Presence”

On his way out of the Prime Minister’s office shortly after 4 p.m., Mr. Mogi told reporters, “Prime Minister Kan told us that he would like japan to continue to strengthen the Japan-U.S. alliance, which is the basis of Japanese diplomacy, and to firmly work on the realization of Japan’s proposed “Free and Open Indo-Pacific” initiative.”
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been developing globe-based diplomacy for seven years and eight months, and Japan’s presence in the international community is growing. I would like to firmly take over such things and develop diplomacy with a strong presence.”

Health, Labour and Welfare Minister Tamura “Relieves Public Anxiety”

Mr. Norihisa Tamura, who is appointed Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare, entered the office of the Council Of Councillors Hall and waited for the call while reading a document summarizing the immediate issues such as the response to the new coronavirus. At around 3:50 p.m., he received a phone call from the prime minister’s secretary and told reporters, “It’s a really heavy responsibility. In particular, we need to respond well to the new coronavirus. We need to do a health, labor administration that can ease the public’s anxiety,” he said, and made his way to the Prime Minister’s Office.
After the call, Mr. Norihisa Tamura told reporters at the Prime Minister’s Office, “Prime Minister Kan told us that he wants us to respond well to the new coronavirus and that we want them to do their best to create a society that is easy to raise children in the declining birthrate.” All of our assumptions are to make every effort to prevent the new coronavirus, but since the influenza epidemic is expected, we would like to create a solid system by communicating with prefectures and medical sites.”
On the other hand, when reporters asked, “In the LDP presidential election, I was in a position to fight the Kan camp, but as a member of the Cabinet, what kind of determination do you make?” We must create a society where people can feel safe together in this Cabinet.”

Agriculture Minister Nogami “Inheriting rich agricultural, mountain and fishing villages to the next generation”

Kotaro Nogami, who is entering the Cabinet for the first time as Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, watched the announcement of the ministerial list on tv in the office of the Council Hall and nodded small when his name was read out. Shortly after that, I received a call from the Prime Minister’s Office and said, “Thank you very much. I’m aware of that.”
After this, he told reporters, “It’s a feeling of tightness. Agriculture, forestry and fisheries must firmly pass on to the next generation the rich agricultural, mountain and fishing villages that are the basis of the country.”

Mr. Akabane, Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, “Directly connected to the lives and lives of the people”

When Mr. Akabane, Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, left the Prime Minister’s official residence after the call, he told reporters, “The Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Administration is a very important responsibility, all of which are directly linked to the lives and lives of the people. We need to respond to disasters, deal with infectious diseases, and promote tourism, so we want to be more careful than ever.”

Mr. Koizumi, Minister of the Environment, “Measures against Climate Change and Promotion of a Decarbonized Society”

On his way out of the prime minister’s official residence after the call, Environment Minister Koizumi told reporters, “Prime Minister Naoto Kan told us to firmly implement policies that will raise the appeal of national parks in the absence of inbound tourism.” From my point of view, “I am grateful and encouraging that the government agreement reached by both the Liberal Democratic Party and the Liberal Democratic Party has not been able to address climate change and promote a decarbonized society as items that have not been made before. I’ll do it well.”

Mr. Kishi, Minister of Defense, “I want to do my best to give back.”

Nobuo Kishi, who is entering the Cabinet for the first time as Minister of Defense, was waiting for a call from the Prime Minister’s Office at his office in the Parliament House and said, “What if I don’t get a call?” And when I got the call just before 4 p.m., he said, “I’ll be right there.”
After this, Mr. Kishi told reporters, “I want to do my best to give back to the local people who have raised me since I was first elected. The security environment surrounding Japan is very severe and I will respond firmly as Minister of Defense.”
Nobuo Kishi told reporters after the call, “We must protect the security of the nation and the property of the people. Prime Minister Kan told me that I would like you to do well.”

Chief Cabinet Secretary Kato “Plays three roles, including overall coordination”

Katsunobu Kato, who is entering the Cabinet as Chief Cabinet Secretary, waited for a call from the Prime Minister’s Office while preparing to comb his hair at his office in the Parliament House. Shortly after 2:30 p.m., when he received a call from the Prime Minister’s Office, he told reporters, “Prime Minister Kan, of course, is the key to the Cabinet, but in addition to being the co-ordring officer of the entire government, the Chief Cabinet Secretary has three roles as a Diet response and spokesman. Prime Minister Kan has achieved great results as Chief Cabinet Secretary, so I would like to play a firm role in the “I-style” style.”
On top of that, he said, “First of all, it’s a new type of coronavirus. I myself have responded as Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare. At the same time, as a response to the after-corona, there are issues such as the declining birthrate and aging population, and we want the country to move forward,” he said, and made his way to the Prime Minister’s Office.
After announcing the cabinet register, Chief Cabinet Secretary Kato returned to his office at the Congressman’s Hall shortly after 4 p.m. and changed into the morning in preparation for the certification ceremony at the Imperial Palace.
He told reporters, “I have served as a cabinet minister so far, but this time I wore morning with a different feeling because I was Chief Cabinet Secretary. I would like to do my best as a center to support Prime Minister Kan.”

Reconstruction Minister Hirasawa “Support for Development”

Mr. Katsue Hirasawa, who is entering the Cabinet for the first time as Minister of Reconstruction, said after the call, “It will be 10 years from the Great East Japan Earthquake in March next year, and we will enter a new phase in responding to reconstruction. Until now, the main focus has been on helping victims return to their original lives as soon as possible, but from now on, it is important to support them so that they can develop as a city that is easy to live in.”
On that basis, he said, “The Kan Cabinet will not be bound by regulations or precedentism, but will reform japan and local governments that are proud of the world. I would like to do my best to create representative areas and cities in the affected areas of Fukushima, Miyagi, and Iwate.”

Mr. Kobaki, Chairman of the National Public Safety Committee, “We will tighten ourselves up”

Mr. Hachiro Ogaki, who is re-entering the Cabinet as Chairman of the National Public Safety Committee, received a phone call from the Secretary-General of the Prime Minister at his office at the Congressman’s Hall at around 3:50 p.m. and responded, “I’ll be right there.” He quickly made his way to the Prime Minister’s Office, told reporters, “It’s a responsible job, so I’m going to tighten myself up.”
On his way out of the prime minister’s official residence after the call, Mr. Hachiro Kobaki told reporters, “It is good to promote the digitization of society, but there are cases where abuse makes crime more likely to be born. I would like to communicate the attitude of the police to take firm control. I will do my best to support Prime Minister Kan.”

Mr. 100 million sakamoto, Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications, “I want to work so that I can get results.”

Mr. Tetsushi Sakamoto, who is entering the Cabinet for the first time as Minister in charge of all 100 million active activities, said “Thank you” with a firm expression when he received a call from the Prime Minister’s Office at his office in the House of Councillors Hall just before 4 p.m.
He told reporters, “I would like to firmly support the Kan administration, listen to the voices of the people and the voices of the people, and work to produce sufficient results for each of them, as they have regional revitalization, 100 million total activities, and positions in charge of the declining birthrate. In particular, I think Prime Minister Kan’s desire for regional revitalization is strong, so I want to do my best.”
When he left the prime minister’s official residence after the call, he told reporters, “There is a sense of tension and a sense of mission. I want to realize a lot of things. Prime Minister Kan places great importance on rural areas, and as a local native, I would like to think about how sustainable promotion can be achieved and dispatch effective budgets and human resources.”

Mr. Nishimura, Minister for Economic Revitalization, “Reassurance and Hope for Many People”

Mr. Yasushi Nishimura, who has been reappointed as Minister for Economic Revitalization, will continue to be in charge of the Corona Virus antivirus.At around 4 p.m., Mr. Liu was contacted by the Prime Minister’s Office.
He told reporters, “We have to realize the difficult task of preventing the spread of infection and balancing the economy, and I feel like I’m going to tighten up again. It’s hard to get everyone to be 100% satisfied, but I want to do my best to give as many people as possible peace of mind and hope.”

Mr. Hirai, Minister of Digital Affairs, “I want to do my best to establish a new Digital Agency”

Mr. Takuya Hirai, who will be appointed Minister for Digital Reform, connected online with local supporters from Kagawa Prefecture at his office at the Congressman’s Hall shortly after 2 p.m. and reported his access to the Cabinet. A supporter said, “Digitalization is the centerpiece of the new Cabinet, and expectations from the business community are high. Mr. Hirai used the latest equipment with special notebooks and pens to take notes, saying, “I want people to proceed with digitalization in a way that the elderly can use.”
After this, just before 4 p.m., when I got a call from the Prime Minister’s Office, I answered, “Thank you very much,” and quickly went to the Prime Minister’s Office.
When he leaves the prime minister’s official residence, he told reporters, “Prime Minister Kan told me to take the plunge. Prime Minister Kan’s sense of speed of digitalization has never been seen before, and I would like to do my best to solve the problems seen by the new Coronavirus and to establish a new Digital Agency.”

Mr. Hashimoto, Minister of the Olympic Games, “To make the Tokyo Games even more valuable”

The re-appointed Minister for the Olympic and Paralympic Games, Hashimoto, told reporters shortly after 3:50 p.m. that when he received a call from the Prime Minister’s Office at the office of the Parliament House, he told reporters, “I would like to thank you for allowing me to take on this responsibility. I would like to make the Tokyo Games a place where people are happy and welcomed not only in Japan but also around the world.”
Hashimoto, the minister in charge of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, told reporters when he left the Prime Minister’s Office after the call, “It’s the Tokyo Games, which has been postponed for a year, but I want to be close to the athletes. I want to go beyond the limits of sports and work to make the Tokyo Games even more valuable for the next generation.”

Mr. Hiroshi Inoue, Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications, “I will do my best under Prime Minister Kan”

Nobuharu Inoue, who will join the Cabinet as the minister in charge of the newly established 2025 Osaka Kansai Expo, received a phone call from the Prime Minister’s Secretary at the office of the Council Hall around 3:30 p.m.
After this, Mr. Inoue told reporters, “I have both joy and a feeling of tightness. I would like to do my best under Prime Minister Kan not only for the Expo in charge but also for important issues.”
When Mr. Inoue left the prime minister’s official residence after the call, he told reporters, “I am very honored to have been given a very rewarding job. It’s both a really happy feeling and a tight feeling. I think local cooperation is important to advance the Osaka Expo, so I want to do my best. Prime Minister Kan said he would proceed with reforms, so I think he will be able to play a part in that.”