CDP questions Kishida on defense spending, nuclear power and child care

Japan’s major opposition get together grilled Prime Minister Fumio Kishida in a parliament questioning session Wednesday, with assaults on his controversial plans for protection spending, nuclear energy and baby care.

Constitutional Democratic Occasion of Japan chief Kenta Izumi blasted the prime minister for deciding on a tax hike to pay for a rise in protection spending with out parliamentary dialogue. He known as on Kishida to carry a snap election earlier than any tax hikes happen.

“The prime minister’s determination was reckless,” Izumi stated.

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