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We’ll continue to build a nation that is trusted by its people.
What I always keep in mind is that we’ll take action on things that need to be done, promptly and without hesitation.
Japan is opposed to any actions that escalate tensions in the South China Sea.
What’s most important is to create jobs and protect businesses.
It is not easy to attain carbon neutrality by 2050.
First and foremost, the onus is on yourself to perform your own duties. If you can’t, then it’s your family or community’s job to support you. If that still doesn’t work out, then the government will take responsibility to protect you.
If North Korea chooses the right path, the country can draw a bright future for itself.
We prioritize protecting the people’s daily lives and jobs by continuing to make every effort to prevent coronavirus infections.
I’m resolved to be active on diplomacy as Japan further develops relationships based on trust and cooperation with countries including the U.S.
Japan and the U.S. are allies that share universal values such as liberty and democracy. We’d like to work together with the U.S. to further strengthen the alliance and secure peace and prosperity in the Indo-Pacific region.
We will cultivate relations with neighboring countries based on the foundation of the U.S.-Japan alliance.
Unless we break from sectionalism and sticking to precedents, there will be no revival of Japan.
It’s obvious that getting married and having children is a matter of personal freedom.
Many U.S. military bases are located in northern Okinawa and a number of drills are conducted there. We’ll work with the U.S. military to ensure that effects on local communities are kept to the minimum.
I think there is a diplomatic stance that would fit me and I will stick to my own style, while also seeking assistance from the Foreign Ministry.
The sales tax is a necessary source of revenue to pay for Japan’s social welfare.
To create a society that is supportive of child-rearing parents is a role of the government, and we are also working to realize a society where women can shine.
I’ve always thought that there are many things still left in society that are detached from the sense of ordinary people. I won’t overlook them and I will determine what is right before taking bold action.
Only when we have economic growth can we push through fiscal reform.
Our country will continue efforts to prevent terrorism in close cooperation with the United States and the international community.
When people start to believe that the same administration will continue with the same policies for three or four years, they start to think about capital investment.
It needs to be understood that global warming countermeasures could transform the economy and foster growth, not hinder it.
Terrorism must never be tolerated for any reason and we resolutely condemn it.
I will make utmost efforts to conduct regulatory reform by tearing down bureaucratic sectionalism, vested interests and notorious habit of following precedents.
I am very nice to those who do their job properly.
Regulatory reform is my agenda. I intend to thoroughly work on this.
When facing a national crisis, we cannot allow a political vacuum to exist.
The ASEAN is located at the center of the Indo-Pacific region and is critical for achieving a Free and Open Indo-Pacific.
We will work on maximizing the introduction of energy conservation and renewable energy, while lowering our dependence on nuclear power generation as much as possible.
We must advance regulatory reforms.
We must correct what we find objectively wrong.
Political void should never be allowed to happen at a time of national crisis.
I want to make thorough steps to create a system that will spur industry competition.