Chief Cabinet Secretary Yasuo Fukuda said Tuesday he has returned wages he received from October to June in response to the public outcry over a Foreign Ministry fraud scandal involving the Cabinet Secretariat’s secret funds.
Fukuda said he returned the wages, which he earns on top of annual allowances as a lawmaker, to take political responsibility for a fraud case involving Katsutoshi Matsuo, a former Foreign Ministry logistics chief.
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