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If the people chasing the Prime Minister,,de,t.co/jH6HS0GK4y,,en

October 10th, 2017 | Tagged , , , | 1 Kommentar | 391 reads

Plakat des geplanten Auftritts in Shinyurigaoka

Plakat des geplanten Auftritts in Shinyurigaoka

Das Land steckt mitten im Campaign, und bei diesem Wahlkampf wird natürlich auch seine Majestät MP Abe aktiv und geht auf Tournee. Das erweist sich jedoch als gar nicht so einfach, wie sich spätestens am 5. Oktober erwies. An jenem Tag wollte er eigentlich eine Rede vor dem Bahnhof von 新百合ケ丘 Shin’yurigaoka, einer relativ wohlhabenden Gegend im Westen von Kawasaki, hold. Sin’yurigaoka und Umgebung kenne ich sehr gut — es liegt schließlich keine zwei Kilometer von mir entfernt. Doch dann geschah etwas unerwartetes: Der Auftritt wurde urplötzlich verlegt. Und zwar fünf Bahnhöfe weiter, after 向ヶ丘遊園 Mukōgaoka-Yuen (I also know how my hand,,de,What happened,,de,Already a few weeks ago there was during an appearance by Abe in Akihabara / Tokyo ugly scenes,,de,Supporters of the anti-Abe movement repeatedly shouted things like,,de,Come Back kaere,,ja,Go home,,de,Stop,,ja,yamero,,ja,At some point it was too colorful Abe,,de,He said to his followers,,de,pointing to the troublemakers,,de,We can not lose to these people,,ja,konna hitotachi ni makeru wake ni wa ikanai,,ja,It is not acceptable,,de,because we lose out against the,,de,especially the,,de,konna hitotachi,,ja,scandalized,,de,described it quite well,,de,what about all those Abe,,de,Politicians or not,,de,think,,nl,who disagree with him,,de). Was war geschehen?

Schon vor ein paar Wochen gab es bei einem Auftritt von Abe in Akihabara/Tokyo unschöne Szenen: Anhänger der Anti-Abe-Bewegung riefen immer wieder Sachen wie “帰れ kaere” – “Geh nach Hause” or “やめろ!” yamero – “Stop” between. Irgendwann wurde es Abe zu bunt: Er sagte zu seinen Anhängern, auf die Störenfriede zeigend:

こんな人たちに負けるわけにはいかない – konna hitotachi ni makeru wake ni wa ikanai (Es kann nicht angehen, dass wir gegen die da den Kürzeren ziehen)

Besonders das “konna hitotachi”, approximately “since the”, erregte Anstoß, beschrieb es doch ganz gut, was Abe über all jene, Politiker oder nicht, denkt, die nicht mit ihm übereinstimmen. These popular also in the parliaments heckling,,de,Hooter yaji,,ja,and Abe is known for its snotty answers for a long time,,de,He has almost a Zwischenrufallergie,,de,and which often manifests itself in a brazen arrogance,,de,Of course, Abe's opponents were aware of his scheduled appearance in Shin'yurigaoka,,de,to German way,,,de,New Lilienberg,,de,and blew the attack,,de,especially on Twitter,,de,So much so,,de,that his advisers dissuaded him perform there,,de,and instead dodged by Mukōgaoka-yuen,,de,which caused some confusion in New Lilienberg,,de,And for joy in the anti-Abe-bearing course,,de,we had so prevented his appearance,,de,Today Abes Another program was announced,,de,planned public appearances are in the northeast of the country,,de ヤジ yaji called, und Abe ist seit langem für seine patzigen Antworten bekannt. Er hat quasi eine Zwischenrufallergie, und die äußert sich nicht selten in einer dreisten Arroganz.

Natürlich wussten Abes Gegner von seinem geplanten Auftritt in Shin’yurigaoka (zu deutsch übrigens “Neu-Lilienberg”) und bliesen zur Attacke – vor allem auf Twitter. Das ging soweit, dass seine Berater ihm abrieten dort aufzutreten, und stattdessen nach Mukōgaoka-Yūen auswichen, was für einige Verwirrung in Neu-Lilienberg sorgte. Und für Freude im Anti-Abe-Lager natürlich, hatte man doch so seinen Auftritt verhindert.

Heute wurde Abes weiteres Programm bekanntgegeben – geplant sind öffentliche Auftritte im Nordosten des Landes, but on closer inspection one realizes,,de,that some performances were canceled,,de,This was justified by the North Korean crisis,,de,but it can safely be assessed as an excuse,,de,because in North Korea currently does not change,,de,Nothing in any case,,de,what it would be worth,,de,to disrupt the election campaign,,de,On Twitter there was for Shin'yurigaoka situation obviously much malice,,de, dass einige Auftritte gestrichen wurden. Begründet wurde dies mit der Nordkorea-Krise¹, doch das kann man getrost als Ausrede bewerten, denn in Nordkorea ändert sich momentan nichts. Nichts jedenfalls, was es wert wäre, den Wahlkampf zu unterbrechen.

Auf Twitter gab es für die Shin’yurigaoka-Situation natürlich viel Häme, For example, here:

Aber auch sonst kursieren auf Twitter sehr viele relevante Hashtags – for example:

#安倍アラート (“Abe-Alarm”
#安倍総理を追え (“Jagt Ministerpräsident Abe”)
#国難 (“Landesübel” – ein Wort, das Abe gern benutzt. Seine Gegner bezeichnen ihn deshalb gern als eigentliches Landesübel)
#阿部やめろ (“Abe stop,,de,The chanting was by Abe with the terse remark,,de,We will of which certainly not allow ourselves to be beaten,,de,The choice was also significantly under the sign of,,de,Moritomo-Spendenskandals,,ja,Since it did not help,,de,that the Moritomo boss Kagoike ungefragt,,de,but with the press in the notes and the equivalent of 8,,de,Euro-filled envelope in front of a run by Abe's wife showed up and said loudly Restaurant,,de,I now give back the donation,,de,What a farce,,de,Who the Liberal Democrats in the downward trend seen,,de,is still more likely to optimistic camp,,de,For while Abe might have found an appropriate antagonist in Koike,,de,so the whole remains yet at the local level,,de,At the national level, there is not such a figure,,de”).

¹ See for example here

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Befürchtungen werden wahr: Pro-Verfassungsreform-Parteien gewinnen ⅔-Mehrheit im Oberhaus

July 10th, 2016 | Tagged , , | 5 Comments | 1032 reads

Durften heute zum ersten Mal wählen: 18-20-Jährige

Durften heute zum ersten Mal wählen: 18-20-Years

As in this paper mentioned, was it not with today's Upper House elections matter, who wins the election, because that was quasi absence of strong opposition determined long before, but about, ob die Regierungsparteien bzw. deren nahestehenden Parteien nach dem Unterhaus nun auch im Oberhaus die ⅔-Mehrheit erreichen oder nicht. Because – with a 2/3 majority in both houses can change the constitution, the ruling party, how they want – and plans have already been submitted. Only an APO could still stop the government plans.

To win a ⅔ majority, brauchte das Lager 67 Seats in this election, because 95 Seats they had already (bei der Oberhauswahl wird nur die Hälfte der Mandate vom Volk gewählt). And these 67 Mandate hat man just in diesem Moment laut Auszählungsergebnis erreicht. Wenn die Regierungsparteien jetzt die Verfassung ändern wollen, finden sie wesentlich leichter die erforderliche 2/3-Mehrheit als vorher.

Do not see the Japanese the dangers, that can happen to them, if the Liberals can be changed at the Constitution? Many see the danger, but the Liberals were not stupid and let the subject constitutional change outside front. Instead, they focused on the topic of economic, and that interests the majority of voters over the impending abolition of the pacifist character of the Constitution. The illustrated Eriko Imai from the very well known in Japan pop group SPEED wonderful. She pulled today actually for the Liberals to the top flight, and in a short interview, she responded to the question, what she thought of the constitutional amendment, that they want to express themselves only after the election to. Scheinbar hat sich diese Wolf-im-Schafspelz-Taktik heute ausgezahlt.

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Japanische Erwachsene werden jünger

June 19th, 2015 | Tagged , , | 6 Comments | 2826 reads

Unter 20 Jahre? Dann bleibt der Hahn trocken!

Unter 20 Years? Dann bleibt der Hahn trocken!

Yesterday, at the 17. June 2015, geschah etwas ziemlich seltenes im japanischen Oberhaus: Eine Gesetzesnovelle wurde einstimmig beschlossen. Es geht um eine Änderung des Wahlgesetzes, which says, dass das Wahlalter von 20 on 18 Jahre gesenkt wird. Somit haben die japanischen Parteien schlagartig 2,4 Millionen neue potentielle Wähler hinzugewonnen. Zwar nicht umgehend, denn traditionell verstreicht erstmal ein volles Jahr, bis die Änderung wirklich umgesetzt wird, but still. Zum letzten Mal wurde das Wahlalter übrigens 1945 herabgesenkt – of 25 on 20 Years.

Im internationalen Vergleich¹ lag Japan mit seinem hohen Wahlalter ziemlich abgeschlagen auf den hinteren Rängen – üblich sind 18 Years. Und es ist nicht verwunderlich, dass nun umgehend eine alte Debatte aufflammt: Ab wann ist man in Japan volljährig? Noch sind es 20 Years, wobei vor ein paar Jahren schon die Grenze für das Jugendstrafrecht gesenkt wurde. Doch Verträge abschliessen, Alkohol kaufen geschweige denn trinken und vieles Weitere ist für unter 20-jährige noch immer tabu. Das Absenken des Wahlalters allerdings ist eine Sache – unter 20-jährige in den Genuss von Alkohol kommen zu lassen eine andere.

Dass das Alter so hoch liegt, ist für Japaner natürlich völlig normal – schliesslich war das quasi schon immer so. Von daher gehört dies auch zu den Fakten über das eigene Land, mit denen man so ziemlich jeden Japaner regelrecht schocken kann: “In Deutschland darf man mit 16 Jahren Bier trinken”² ruft jedes Mal ungläubige Blicke hervor.

¹ Siehe here.
² Siehe Internationaler Vergleich Alkoholersterwerbsalter.

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Liberal Democrats win hands down | Lousy turnout

December 15th, 2014 | Tagged , | 7 Comments | 3440 reads

In the morning I still had some hope: On Twitter and other social media was a lot going in terms of elections, and when I drove past on the way to the bakery at a polling station, I saw a long queue of voters and a lot more people, who were on their way to the polling station. Could this choice might still harbor a surprise?

She could not. The result was exactly the same way predictable. The turnout is a disgrace to democracy: Just 52,6% Citizens were select (at Huffingtonpost.jp there is a nice overview of, how much was the turnout in each prefecture) – which is more than 6% less than in the parliamentary elections 2012 (and the voter turnout in that election was already the worst since 2. World war!). 475 Seats were awarded to – at this stage (1 Clock in the morning) are only 9 Not counted seats. The ruling Liberal Democrats come up with their junior partners, the Komeito, the extent to 319 Seats (before the election, there were 325), the strongest opposition party – before 2012 ruling Democrats – come therefore to whole 71 Seats. They are at least 9 more than before the election. The Communists come to 20 (vorher 8 Seats), and the The next generation of party – The Party for Future Generations of the former governor of Tokyo, Ishihara, and Hashimoto, Governor of Osaka, was punished: Previously, she had 19 Seats, now only 2. In other words – the government coalition confirmed its whopping two-thirds majority.

Abe must therefore continue to be observed here, as he doctored in the economy and the Japanese Constitution. And he can feel vindicated by the result. Even if there is to think him hopefully, that just half of the population seems to care about any of this.

In this sense, one can quite confidently choice with 4 Describe words: Been nothing but expenses.

The current results – with graphics – you can see in NHK.

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Select Wen – and why (if you are only likely to)?

December 10th, 2014 | Tagged , | 10 Comments | 2769 reads

Was ist ernst und was nicht? Abe: Zum Wirtschaftsaufschwung hilft nur mein Weg!

What is serious and what is not? Abe: To economic recovery only helps my way!

Inside, I'm still upset about the Abe suddenly summoned elections (see here and here), so I do not really like to write about it. In memory: At the 18. November Abe was officially certified, that he runs the already bursting with power not just economic with his policy straight against the wall. The next day he dissolved the lower house and called new elections. They should only at the 21. Take place in December, but you had even piece: At the 14. December has come. Abe wants to be confirmed by the elections in his course. At a time, is far and wide no opposition in sight. A completely ridiculous, So wasteful action.

I found interesting in this context, however, a conversation with the local landlords. Gutsherr? In our neighborhood, a very nice man lives, which once belonged to our property. To part with it was not a big problem, because the good man heard here half the area. And every third family in the area bears his family name. It is a veritable communities. The other day he was standing with a young coot at our door (Unfortunately, I was not there, but my wife) and said, “This is Mr. * @ > #& by the Liberal Democrats. That one is quite useless for nothing, but maybe you can find him anyway on Sunday select!”. So the squire said,. Of course, this is not the case, because we do not like the Liberal Democrats.

Abe: In diesem Land gibt es keine Butter. (Anm. d. Red.: Stimmt.)

Abe: In this country there is no butter. (ANM. d. Red.: Right.)

A little later, my wife was talking to Squire's wife. A very funny, nice woman mind. And she said on the subject: “So with the types of the Liberal Democrats, I can do nothing. And the old type of the Democrats is also good for nothing. I will return the Komeito select. Than last winter so terribly much snow fell, I first called the city, therefore vacate the. And then, the Liberal Democrats and the Democrats. Nothing happened. But no sooner I called the representative of the KÅ Meita, came an agency authorized by him and räumte the snow. And the new hospital has built the Kōmeitō”.

If we translate the text into German times: “When the streets were full of snow, I have only the city, then called the CDU and the SPD. Nothing happened. But when I called the FDP, came immediately FDP-affiliated company and has cleared the snow. Well, the new hospital was built by the FDP”.

Sounds kind of crazy? Aber nicht doch! This is perfectly normal! Here at least. I really do not, whether to be happy or sad, I can not vote here. The only campaigner here, me, even though I am a foreigner, Press campaign list in the hands, the Communists…

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New rules for elections – food for thought

April 25th, 2011 | Tagged , , | 9 Comments | 1465 reads

Today, at the 24. April 2011, were held in several cities and towns of Japan local elections. Including in several neighborhoods in Tokyo, and also here in our 164’000-City residents. Chosen was not even the mayor – The election took place a few months ago. This time it went to the deputies of the town meeting. And so does the local election campaign in Japan:

1. Large panels can be placed everywhere, on which the candidates must stick their posters (see photo below)
2. Candidates or their spouses, Sonswie children or people in debt standing and shaking hands out leaflets at stations. Good 80% Incidentally, look somewhere else quickly enter, When I antrabe. It really is a logical: Even with a permanent residence permit, I may not choose, because it is not worth the trouble.
3. Candidates run as obsessed with cars full of colorful plastered speakers back and forth across the city – from Monday to Sunday, of 8 Clock in the morning until 10 Clock in the evening. Mostly they repeat it constantly its own name, as if they were afraid, selfsame forget, if they do not all 10 Seconds out loud (see short video here, posted at the last local elections before 4 Years).
4. Candidates occasionally jump out of their cars or any bushes, to the potential choice cattle suddenly to shake hands. With gloves, understood.

 

 

Simple math task: How many candidates campaigning on the board up there? Right, quite a few. But all of them appeared in the last two weeks with car speakers and to have been traveling. Our city is 17 km ² gross, So we expect simpler times as 4 times 4 km. It was this year 32 Candidates (for 21 Seats). So these are on average two bläkende sound trucks per square mile – and those things have already heard from a distance.

Do these campaigns? Of course not. At 15 Clock was the turnout in 15%, and it is certainly not over 30% be increased. I think that the campaigns themselves even counterproductive. Actually, the voters should be drummed only in passing, a name, so they say at the ballot box “The name I've ever heard”. Virtually all, I know, are from the sound truck just completely annoyed, as the cars leave even the smallest streets.
So here is a suggestion for future elections (or for all elections?):

1) “Reversed voting”: One can choose, if you choose someone – or someone who chooses not explicitly. There are many people, do not know, whom they choose to, But pretty much know, NOT choose who they want. This applies to all elections.

2) If someone “not elected”, is subtracted one vote. Is negative with final numbers expected, But that's okay.

3) Who among 0 Voices falls, must expose the next election.

Advantage 1: Voter turnout can thus be increased.
Advantage 2: Protest voters from taking. Instead of choosing a funny party, Simply choose from an established party.

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Change of power perfectly: Democrats won an absolute majority

August 31st, 2009 | Tagged , | 26 Comments | 1524 reads

So now instead of today were the long-awaited general election – The voting ended at 19 Clock. And since we are in Japan, the count goes very rapidly.

Was chosen as follows: You could choose the direct representatives of their own election district, and the party, the one most likely some trusts. In our constituency was not in the former the selection of large: You could choose between the Liberals, the Democrats, the “Everyone's Party (The party of everyone)” – founded by renegade Liberal – and the highly suspicious, sectarian 幸福 実 现 党 (Verglückungspartei, Own name: The Happiness Realization Party). The parties presented no other choice in our district to.
At this point in (1 Clock at night) were good 95 % of the votes counted. As expected, the election ended in disaster for the current ruling party (Liberal).

Currently provides for the allocation of seats in the House must be as follows, The numbers in parentheses show the results of previous elections:

Former government parties
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Liberaldemokraten 自民党		117	(300)
New Komeito 公 明 党		 19	( 31)

Former opposition parties
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Democrats 民主党		305	(115)
Communists 共产党		  8	(  9)
Social 社 民		  7	(  7)
New People's Party 国民 新 党	  3	(  4)
Other / Independent Party	 13	( 12)

480 Seats are distributed to – correspondingly rich 240 Seats for the absolute majority. 8 Seats are still undecided (Stand: 1:18 at night), but the image itself is more than clear: For the first time since 1955 the Liberal Democrats can not govern. They were also not easily replaced, but literally thrown out – otherwise you can not comment on the defeat.

Suitable to meet today exactly the way a typhoon Tokyo.

The Word of the Day: Regime change seiken Kotai. “Seiken” = (Government)power, kōtai – the change. Change of government.

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Server problems / Election campaign in full swing

August 28th, 2009 | Tagged , , | 12 Comments | 761 reads

Some regular readers may have noticed it and I kindly pointed out: These sites were in the last days of partially unreachable. I am still looking for the cause, but I suspected, that I took a bead on some hacker and so overloaded the server – A strong memory swap, and already he is on… It was not until I had my suspicions in host, at a time because I could not even reach the main page of the host. The customer wants to know nothing but. Hmmm. I hope, my readers will forgive the trouble.

There are only three days until the election. And the campaign is in full swing. Today was my wife and child in a nearby, very small park – Bespaßung purpose of the Small. Suddenly, a finely dressed woman approached, with two stout, normal men dressed in your site. One of the men muttered to my wife “This is Mr. ○ ○. ” (That's because Mrs. so and so. Please assist us in choosing. Well, They also support the Komeito(-Party)). The woman smiled wryly, handed a note and disappeared with their lackeys again. Who was the? The wife of the local Liberal candidate (So the ruling party – the Komeito coalition partner is the).

No, Liberals love! Certainly no way to win voters. Our soul does not get your. Original sound of my wife: “So what listless I have not seen in a long time.” Japanese-Lore will be surprised: “This is” (kore wa) is quite rude and are actually used only for items and not for people. No error – That being said really.

When I played my hand the other day with my daughter in the park, passed a campaign car, out of which another woman waved and grinned at life. Friendly as is my 2-year, They waved back. Suddenly, the woman changed her speech in the car and made a declaration of speakers for the whole neighborhood: “Oh, the sweet! And yes, exactly, we need to do more for the child and education”. Is, there was still something…

Right now I do the Democrats, Main challengers and poll winner for months, with their choice spot fear. Slogan: “First change of government” (First the change of power!). Sounds like a threat. “Let us first on the power – we're talking about little things like content later” one might be tempted to think there.
A propos Demokraten: The advertising so great that, that the child allowance will be increased greatly. This is nice, but slowly gets around the small print: The aim is to sample a variety of tax breaks for cease-parent home. I guess, at the end of the bill is a black? red? Null.

The Word of the Day: There is no motivation ki ga yaru been – listless (be).

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Part of election promises 4: Social Democratic Party

August 24th, 2009 | Tagged , | 5 Comments | 836 reads

Before saying a few words about the Social Democratic Party of Japan, like another nice gaffe by Acting Prime Minister Aso ahead: Last night he addressed a meeting of students on the problem of childless society, and commented:

"I did not do that 's how I do not have money.'d Better not say. Inadvertently better not to marry if the money Hey, curving from the late marriage"

Approximately: “That the marriage should be avoided if you have no money better. Should be something foolish you can be better. I counted not one of those, have no money, But that was because, I got married late”.

Aside from the fact, that Aso's parents to be very wealthy, I leave this rhetorically and socially very sensitive masterpiece times in the space available, while I am still looking version.

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Die social Democratic Party (Shakai Minshu-to, Social Democratic Party of Japan, The Social Democratic Party), short 社 民 (Shamin), There are in principle since 1945, However, she changed her name 1996 (Before that, she was called 日本 社会 党 – Social(democratic) Partei Japan). It is with 23,000 Party members and friends are very small, but still holds in the House of Lords 1% and in the House 2%. Man has his fans. The party is definitely assigned to the left spectrum. Here are a few points, fight for the Social Democrats:

– just (or. social) Market economy – with equitable access to education, medical care, etc.. for all. In other words,: the Gini coefficient to be pressed (while Japan has been the second lowest, to Denmark). But the income gap is widening further in Japan actually.

– Schaffunf a better working environment and work values – Abolishing all inequalities based on age, Citizenship, Sex, etc.. In addition, companies will be better controlled, to avoid the dismissal of employees for the sole purpose of profit maximization

– Establishment of a just and sustainable Steuersustems – Load balancing to clean up the country to the imbalance between rich and poor areas. More social responsibility of business to society.

Usw. usf. I think, it is clear, which way you go. What is the situation with more concrete plans? In terms of traffic is less, for example, one against the abolition of tolls as the strengths of public transport and perhaps also a cost incentive for the, the refrain of her own car.
To counter the economic crisis, can I propose a 9-billion-yen bailout – so you want to help both the economy and the workers (for the latter and the median income has already been falling 9 Years in a row).
In terms of labor is the word “Employment guarantee”, which one has even heard the other ortens.
Children want to make a fair start in the future: According to the OECD study, Japan is the poverty rate of single mothers on place 23, at what 24 Participants is not a great performance. Pregnancy Diagnosis, Birth, etc.. should be completely free of charge, large families should get more money (Maximum support in a child at the time: 41,720 Yen, 2. Kind: 5,000 Yen, third 3,000 Yen).

So much for the time being subject “Scratching” The election platforms of the parties to the election on 30. August. More soon. The electoral program of the Social Democrats will find it here.

The word of the day: Idea rine – “Idee”. Motto der Shamin: Visionary Party Shamin: The Social Democratic Party, there are linen. (shamintō ni wa, rinen ga arimasu: Ideas behind the Social Democrats are.

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Part of election promises 3: New Komeito

August 17th, 2009 | Tagged , | 8 Comments | 1376 reads

After the election program of the Democrats and that of the Liberals So now part 3: How beautiful the sun would seem, when the New Komeito 公 would 明 党 to power?
There have already been produced since the party 1964 and it counts almost half a million party members and party members. In the house they currently hold 6%, House of Lords 9% the seats – and form for quite some time with the ever-ruling Liberals form a government coalition. In English, the party described as a happy way New Clean Government Party.

The party has always had a background rooted in religion: It is the 日 莲 正宗 (Nichiren Buddhism) near, a flow of Japanese Buddhism. This is not to say, that the Nichiren Buddhism is fixed exclusively on Japan – There are also many supporters abroad. This manifests itself in the deep rooted connection with the Soka Gakkai (Soka Gakkai) – a very influential organization, the critics sometimes cult-like traits (In a negative sense) accuse.

As an agnostic, I look at those parties in general with suspicion, for sectarian parties disagree in my opinion, practical laizistischem state model, But this concern is likely similar to the Christian Democrats in Germany may be exaggerated.

The Komeito as a junior partner of the Liberals depends strongly on the Liberals – Despite the currently difficult undeniable weakness of the big government party. It attaches great importance to the current electoral free education for children – the Komeito wants the up to 3 中 (third year middle school, 15 Years since most) ensure. Even then, children up to university level are supported – is used as the buzzword in the manifest 人材 立国 (Jinzai Rikkoku) – Jinzai are “Human Resources” (as they say in German that actually? Human Capital?) and Rikkoku, what this means as much as “on … built up land”, So Japan as a country, thanks to the blossoming of his people.

This is obviously more useful than, just because Japan can with his legendary lack of raw materials remain only as the, what it is.

Of course this is just a teaser of the election program, but it indicates the direction: The Komeito Forder family friendly policies, to the low birth rate and thus long been ticking, counteract demographic time bomb.
The election manifesto of a party, who wants to power, is different. But that also did not want the party. Their votes from the Soka Gakkai along with environment, they certainly – and as a junior partner, they will certainly show even more flexible than previously. As the party but would like to help, to consolidate the budget, not written (or. I can not find anything tangible), but this one can be left to government partners.

The Word of the Day: Months free of charge mushōka. Non-cost-suffix-Ung. So the cost of liberation or. Take the Free (Education for Children).

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