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A Japanese congressman was exposed to visit a clubhouse despite the pandemic and has now retired from the party.

A Japanese congressman was exposed to visit a clubhouse despite the pandemic and has now retired from the party.

FILE PATTER: On January 8, 2021 local time, a shopkeeper is closing his store in Tokyo, Japan.

February 18th – According to a report by Kyodo News Agency of Japan, Japanese Liberal Democratic Party Representative Takaki Shirazuga was exposed on the 17th that he went to a high-end clubhouse in Tokyo at night during the emergency declaration, which attracted attention.

Previously, the cadres of the Liberal Democratic Party and the Gongming Party were exposed to dinner in nightclubs respectively.

Some people in the ruling party worry that the successive scandals may have a negative impact.

It is reported that Japanese media reported on the website on the 17th that Shira Suga went to the clubhouse.

In view of this, Shira Suga went to the party headquarters to visit the director Shunhiro Niji, submitted an application for withdrawal from the party, and was accepted.

Shirakuka also told the media that he would not participate in the next House of Representatives election.

However, he denied that he would resign from the post of parliament. According to the introduction, Shira Suga was elected for the first time in the 2012 House of Representatives election and has been elected three times.

According to media sources earlier, Jun Matsumoto, acting chairman of the Liberal Democratic Party’s Congressional Response Committee, was exposed to have entered and left two dance clubs in Ginza, Tokyo, playing until nearly midnight on January 18.

Matsumoto admitted to visiting a nightclub and resigned from the party.

In addition, Kiyohiko Toyama, a member of the Komeito Party Representative, was exposed to have visited the Ginza Nightclub in Tokyo on January 22.

He submitted his resignation to the Speaker of the House of Representatives on February 1 and apologized to the public.

On January 27, Prime Minister Yiwei Kan apologized to Congress, saying: “I’m very sorry that we ask people not to eat outside after 8 p.m.

and avoid unnecessary and urgent outing.

On January 7, the Japanese government issued another emergency declaration to Tokyo, Saitama, Chiba and Kanagawa, the capital zone, and on January 13, Osaka Prefecture and other seven places were added as the applicable areas of the “declaration”.

The government requires the avoid of unnecessary and non-urgent outings and the shortening of restaurant hours.

On February 2, Yoshihiro Kan announced that the state of emergency in 10 places including Tokyo would be extended for one month until March 7.

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