Democratic Party of Japan Secretary General said the U.S. military relocation program unfavorable election
Data for: Democratic Party of Japan Ichiro Ozawa, Secretary General
BEIJING, March 8, 7, according to Japan’s Kyodo News learned that the Japanese government is against the will of the U.S. Futenma Air Station in Japan (Okinawa should be wild Bay City) moved to the county’s coastal areas within Camp Schwab (Nago) programs, Ichiro Ozawa, Democratic Party of Japan Secretary General has expressed a negative opinion senior ruling party, saying “This will result in serious (Senate election the former government’s) image of the decline is not conducive to elections. ”
Ozawa policy decisions from the Cabinet unified point of view, said the Futenma issue in the Cabinet to respect the judgments. But the idea that the Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama decided to move in alternate locations will seek permission Ozawa, opposing arguments if Ozawa, Hatoyama and so may this headache.
Ozawa earlier this month held talks with ruling party officials. According to relevant sources, he told the meeting that “the Okinawa Prefectural Assembly unanimously approved a move to foreign countries, outside the county’s submission, there is no possibility of relocation within the prefecture.” In addition, Ozawa also said: “The Prime Minister also said that ‘outside the county or abroad’ The Prime Minister also know that this election will be negative.”
reported for the Japanese government, the ruling party to discuss its Okinawa base issue (chief Hirano Bowen appointed chairman) consultations the way forward, Ozawa also reflect the views of the ruling party due to insufficient consultation by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Defense expressed dissatisfaction with the dominant.