Diet must discuss basic prerequisite for ending terrorism: JCP Shii
"In discussing the new anti-terrorism special measures bill, it is important for every party to get to the root of the issue. What is needed to stabilize the situation in Afghanistan and to eradicate terrorism? What should Japan do to achieve these objectives?" Shii said.
Investigate corruption over war supplies!
Former Vice Defense Minister Moriya maintained a cozy relation with a former executive of a trading house specializing in military equipment.
JCP publishes appeal for cancellation of introduction of harsh medical-care system for the elderly
JCP Koike said, "Putting aside any differences of opinion on a future medical care system for the elderly, we will take the lead in a joint struggle based on the single agreed point of demanding cancellation of the implementation."
– JCP calls for suprapartisan cooperation in return of Korean cultural asset
– JCP publishes appeal for cancellation of introduction of harsh medical-care system for the elderly
– Government scenario on future tax burdens uses tricks to compel consumption tax hikes: JCP Koike
Special measures bill
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– Fukuda Cabinet submits new bill to continue MSDF refueling operations
– Refueled ships may carry out operations in Iraq as long as they are active in Afghan: defense minister
– Diet must discuss basic prerequisite for ending terrorism: JCP Shii
– MSDF covered up 'mistaken' amount of oil supplied to U.S. ships
– MSDF was aware that government used wrong data about amount of fuel
– Ex-Vice Defense Minister violated SDF ethical code by frequently playing golf with arms trading company executive
– Investigate corruption over war supplies! – Akahata editorial
– JCP Shii promises to make efforts to block distortion of history in solidarity with Okinawans
– Okinawans make representations to textbook publishers and education ministry
– 29 local assemblies on mainland have adopted resolutions calling for withdrawal of government textbook screening policy
– Iwakuni City Assembly cross-party members' group asks JCP for its efforts in restoring government subsidy
– U.S. marines are under investigation for alleged rape
– U.S. parachute training at Kadena violates Japan-U.S. agreement: JCP Akamine
– 'Article 9 Association' to hold its second national exchange meeting in November
– Gensuikyo carries out actions for abolition of nuclear weapons
– JCP urges health minister to improve criteria for recognizing Hibakusha's illnesses caused by A-bombings
– Amid deregulations, taxi fares are rising
– Government panel proposes basic labor rights for public service employees
– Health Ministry kept undisclosed for 5 years information on identification of drug-induced hepatitis patients
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