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Japan’s Deputy Minister of Liberal Arts was dismissed from office due to entering and leaving nightclubs during the pandemic emergency.

Japan's Deputy Minister of Liberal Arts was dismissed from office due to entering and leaving nightclubs during the pandemic emergency.

Shinkansen platform in Japan (Asahi Shimbun)

Tokyo, February 1 After entering and leaving the Ginza nightclub in Tokyo late at night during the coronavirus emergency, Japan’s Vice Minister of Science, Culture, Yumachi, was dismissed by Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga on the 1st.

Liberal Democratic Party Congressman Niwa Hideki took over Tianyu Taimichi.

Yoshihide Suga scolded him for “this is not an undeserving act” after listening to the report of Tian Yu at the Prime Minister’s residence that day.

Recently, the Liberal Democratic Party also advised Tian Yu, former chairman of the National Public Security Council, Junyuan Matsumoto, and Takashi Tsuka, vice chairman of the National Assembly, to quit the party.

In addition, Kiyohiko Toyama, a member of the Komeito Party Representative, who is in power with the Liberal Democratic Party, also went to Ginza Nightclub during the pandemic emergency, which was exposed by the Japanese media and submitted his resignation to the House of Representatives on the 1st.

At the request of the opposition party, Yoshihide Suga will explain in Congress on the 2nd about entering and leaving nightclubs during the state of emergency.

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