The election of Japan’s house of representatives officially opened a new crown, and countermeasures and economy became the focus

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Beijing, Oct. 19 (Xinhua) – according to comprehensive Japanese media reports, the election of Japan’s house of Representatives issued a notice on the 19th, began to vote on the 31st, and the election for 12 consecutive days officially began. On the 18 day, the leaders of various parties in Japan launched a confrontation around COVID-19’s strategy, economy and distribution policy. P>

, according to reports, Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio (LDP leader) told COVID-19 that “we should make efforts to arouse demand,” and said it would ensure the hospital bed and implement large-scale economic measures. “We should advocate new capitalism and raise our income through a virtuous circle of growth and distribution.” p>

The election of Japan’s house of representatives officially opened a new crown, and countermeasures and economy became the focus

Yukio Edano, head of Japan’s Constitutional Democratic Party, proposed to correct the gap between the rich and the poor in consideration of large enterprises and rich people. He also believes that “abenomics” has led to an increasingly serious gap between the rich and the poor and poverty, indicating that politics will play a role in building a mutually supportive society

NHK said that the biggest focus of this election is whether Japan’s ruling party will obtain a majority and continue to form a coalition government, or whether the opposition parties will expand their power and realize regime change

it is reported that more than 1000 candidates will compete for 465 seats in Japan’s house of Representatives

according to a poll conducted by the Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK), at present, the support rate of the Liberal Democratic Party of Japan is the highest, up to 38.8%. Followed by the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan, at 6.6%

the parallel system of small constituencies and proportional representation is implemented in the election of the house of representatives in Japan. In small constituencies, voters directly vote on candidates, and those who get the most votes are elected; Proportional representation constituency is that voters vote for each political party and allocate seats to each political party according to a certain proportion according to the number of votes

in October 2017, in the 48th house of Representatives election in Japan, the ruling Liberal Democratic Party and Komeito party won a big victory, winning 310 seats out of all 465 seats, more than two-thirds of the total number of seats in the house of Representatives