• Kyodo


The ruling Liberal Democratic Party will discuss how to regulate noisy demonstrations and campaigns around the Diet building as well as those with racist rhetoric anywhere in the country, a project team formed to tackle the issues said at its first meeting Thursday.

“The present environment (for Diet members) is not suitable for work. We have to keep a work-friendly environment, which requires discussion without any fear of criticism,” said Sanae Takaichi, chairperson of the LDP’s Policy Research Council, at the meeting.

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