Oral arguments have been heard for three times in the Sapporo District Court lawsuit where a man and a woman are requesting compensation money from Hokkaido government for allowing police officers to take them away after jeering at prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his speeches at the rally for Upper House election in July last year.
According to the video evidence in the courtroom,, The plaintiff man was suddenly surrounded by many police officers and taken away from the audience immediately after he shouted Abeyamero or Abe, “you must resign “
It was done so nimbly enough to be suspected as an organizational. action.
The government decided to raise the consumption tax
from the current 5 percent to 8 percent in April 2014.
Prime Minister Abe announced that, along with the
sales tax increase, new economic policies would be decided such as the reduction of corporate tax rates and stimulus packages
totaling five trillion yen.
The three percent raise is expected to bring eight trillion yen to the national treasury on an annual basis except for the first fiscal year producing five trillion.
This is quite ridiculous. It is like raising taxes to waste money.
The original purpose of the consumption tax raise is to improve our tax systems but it hasn’t been that way.
A car hit the sidewalk on route 208 in Tamana city, Kumamoto pref. and turned upside down, trapping two people inside. Several passers-by came and rescued them out free from injury. Two minutes later, the car caught fire and was burnt down to ashes.
When the police arrived there, all the rescuers had left.
The research team of Prof.Akira Furusawa at the University of Tokyo has announced that they succeeded in “The quantum teleportation” which enables to transmit information on particles of light to other place.
Vaccines are widely used throughout the world to prevent infectious diseases.
Japan is seen as a developing country in terms of the preventive vaccination system because the number of publicly administered vaccines is fewer than that of developed nations.
In the May 23rd meeting held at the preventive-vaccination section of the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Labor, seven kinds of vaccines have been newly recommended for regular shots, three of which are to be put into effect from the next fiscal year.