Repealing all “acknowledged seals” and bringing them online, Minister for Regulatory Reform Kono

All “Acknowledged Seals” to be Abolished and Online Minister for Regulatory Reform Kono November 13 at 11:38 a.m.

With the abolition of the government’s administrative procedures, Minister Kono, who is in charge of regulatory reform, said that of the approximately 15,000 procedures, all so-called “acknowledged seals” were expected to be abolished, and that he would proceed with the onlineization of procedures in the future.
After the Cabinet meeting, Mr. Kono, the minister in charge of regulatory reform, told reporters that of the approximately 15,000 types of administrative procedures required, all so-called “acknowledged seals” were expected to be abolished except for 83 procedures that required seal registration.

On top of that, he said, “Now that we have completed the consideration of national procedures, I would like to prepare a bill to abolish the stamp to be submitted to the regular session of the Diet next year,” and expressed his thoughts on urgently submitting the bill necessary for the abolition of the stamp.

Minister Kono said, “Now that we no longer need a seal, we would like to stop the procedures for requesting documents that are not necessary. Now, instead of “done it,” we are working on bringing the main procedure online.”