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"It's just a rumor," Prime Minister Suga denies the formation of the "Suga faction" with a smile.

 
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"However, the Suga group and the Suga faction are different," he said, saying, "We will work hard to reduce mobile phone charges and apply fertility treatment insurance, and depending on the policy, we will become a group." Lol) ".
 

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National Shape Study Group(Kuni no Kata Kenkyukai) isConstitutional Democratic Party OfParliamentary group.. Even before joining the new Constitutional Democratic Party in September 2020Former Constitutional Democratic PartyWas active as a group of.Commonly known asKan(Cans)グループ.. 2021 people as of November 11, 6[1].

Overview

Democratic Party for the Democratic Party for the Democratic Party in September 1999でNaoto KanFormed around the members of the camp[2][3].

WeeklyThursdayI used to have a regular meeting at Suga's home[4], Suga in December 2002Party representativeSince taking office, onceSocialist Democratic FederationWas a colleague of SugaEda MayBecame a substantial operator[4].

Former Democratic PartyDemocratic PartyThroughConstitutional Democratic PartyWithinLeft-liberalThe color is said to be relatively strong[5][6]..Former Socialist Democratic Federation / FormerPunchFromCitizen activistAlthough it was one of the recipients of the event, it was the constituency of Kan during the Democratic Party of Japan.Tokyo, Eda's constituencyOkayamaA group created based on human relationships because there were many members of the Diet who were elected.[6] There was also an aspect.

The Democratic Party itself is a former Socialist Party with overlapping membersNew political bureau round-table conference,ConstitutionFactionLiberal SocietyIn many cases, they took the same steps in terms of policy.

After April 2017SanctuaryWith(Old) Constitutional Democratic PartyAs a system(New) Constitutional Democratic PartyForming a major group of[1].

History

Democratic era

1999/A preparatory meeting for establishment was held on October 10th.[2], About 9 members of the Diet who were recommended by Naoto Kan in the representative election in September participated[2], Satsuki Eda as the representative secretary (later changed to chairman) equivalent to the chairman[3]To the secretary generalTakashi Kawamura[7] Was unofficially decided[2].2000/6 of the month42th House of Representatives general electionThen, 15 out of 3 incumbents were defeated, but more than 15 newcomers were elected and doubled their power.[8].March 2002と12Suga is supported by the representative election of Suga, and when Suga is elected as the representative, Eda becomes the coordinator.[4],Yukihiko Akutsu,Hiroko MizushimaIt became a group of about XNUMX people where young people gathered mainly[4].

2005/Since the number of members exceeded 50 and the membership fee increased, the political organization was notified on April 4st.[9], In September44th House of Representatives general electionThen, many members, mainly young people, were defeated and were hit.[10][11]..Suga continued to run for the national team after that,Representative election in April 2005Then.Seiji MaeharaLost by only 2 votes,Representative election in April 2006Then.Ichiro OzawaLost by a large margin.2007/7 of the month21rd House of Councilors ordinary electionLater, EdaChairman of the House of CouncilorsInaugurated and retired as group chair[12].

Representative election in April 2009Then Suga did not run and decided to vote voluntarily[13],Yukio HatoyamaWas elected as the representative. August45th House of Representatives general electionHas passedRegime changeAfterCabinet personnelThen, SugaDeputy Prime MinisterandMinister of Economic and Fiscal PolicyWas appointed to2010/From 1 monthMinister of FinanceAlso served as.Also, in FebruaryYukio Edano Minister in charge of administrative reformEntered the cabinet for the first time.

When Hatoyama announces his resignation on June 2010, 6, it continues.June representative electionThen Suga was elected as the representative, and after thatCabinet personnelThen.Satoshi AraiEntered the cabinet for the first time as the Minister of Economic and Fiscal Policy. July22rd House of Councilors ordinary electionLater, Eda retired from the House of Councilors and returned to the group chair on August 8.[12].June representative electionBut Suga was reelected, and after thatCabinet remodelingThen.Hosokawa Ritsuo Minister of Health, Labour and WelfareEntered the cabinet for the first time.2011/1 of the monthCabinet remodelingThen EdaMinister of Justice, EdanoChief Cabinet SecretaryWas inaugurated.Also, from June, Eda willMinister of the Environment, Edano also served as the Minister of State for Government Revitalization.

Continued when Suga announced his resignation on August 2011, 8June representative electionSo I decided to vote voluntarily[14][15], EdaYoshihiko NodaAttending camp meetings, etc.[16], Most move to support Noda[17], If it becomes a final voteMari EedaDecided to support other candidates on August 8[15][18]..After Noda was elected as a representativeCabinet personnelThen.Hideo HiraokaEntered the Cabinet for the first time as Minister of Justice and resigned on September 9 immediately after the Cabinet was inaugurated.Yoshio HachiroEdano will succeed on the 12thMinister of Economy, Trade and IndustryWas inaugurated. In November, Suga, who had left the position of group chairman when he took office as Prime Minister, returned to group chairman.[19].2012/1 of the monthCabinet remodelingThen.Toshio OgawaEntered the Cabinet for the first time as Minister of Justice.

Representative election in April 2012So I supported Noda reelection[20][21][22], In September46th House of Representatives general electionThen halve the power[23], Suga also lost the election in the single-seat constituency and became a proportional revival.

2014/12 of the month47th House of Representatives general electionThen.Democratic PartyAlthough the number of seats increased by 11 only, many members returned, and the power recovered.[24].

Democratic Party era

2016/3 of the monthDemocratic PartyMade after the party was formedJune representative electionThen I was having a hard time collecting recommenders until the deadline for candidacyYuichiro TamakiFrom the group to SugaMichihiro IshibashiIt was reported that three recommenders were issued.[25].

Representative election in April 2017Then, Edano announced his candidacy from the group, and while the group confirmed the policy of voluntary voting on August 8, Suga went to support Edano and invited Edano to the group meeting on the same day to receive an explanation. Because I am[26], There was also a report counting as one of Edano's support groups[27][28].

Constitutional Democratic Party era

Democratic Party at the General Assembly of both Houses on September 9Hope partyWhile the de facto confluence policy was approved, on September 9th, the party representative of hopeYuriko KoikeGovernor of TokyoEdano said on October 10nd, in response to the statement that "the liberal faction will be excluded".Constitutional Democratic PartySuga et al. Joined the party members. October48th House of Representatives general electionThen, both Edano and Suga won the single-seat constituency.Akutsu and other defeated members also ran for the Constitutional Democratic Party and were elected, and the group became a force of more than 10 people.[29].

2018/5 month 7 dayNational Democratic PartyWhen the members who did not participate in the formation joined the Constitutional Democratic Party, it became a force of about 30 members including members of the Constitutional Democratic Party. Around October, it was reported that they were considering a training camp.[30].

2020/In September, the new Constitutional Democratic Party and the Democratic Party for the People joinedConstitutional Democratic PartyThe whole group participated in.Accompanying itJune representative electionImmediately after, it was reported that there were 27 forces.[31]..Be a member of the group to represent the partyYukio EdanoWas elected.

2021/10 of the month48th House of Representatives general electionLater, it was reported that it was a force of 16 people. In November 2021, Edano resigned as a representative, and in the representative election held, he belonged to the group.Chinami NishimuraCandidate[32].

List of members of parliament

Board Member

Presidentexecutive directorTreasury Manager
Naoto Kan(Kazue Fujita[33][34])[Note 1]Michihiro Ishibashi
Member of the House of Representatives (10 members)
Naoto Kan[35][36][37][38][39]
(14 times,Tokyo 18 Ward)
Yukio Edano[35][36][40]
(10 times,Saitama 5 Wards)
Yoshinori Suematsu[37][41]
(7 times,Tokyo 19 Ward)
Tajima Kaname[36][37][38][42][Note 2]
(7 times,Chiba 1 ward)
Chinami Nishimura[35][36][38][41]
(6 times,Niigata 1th district)
Makoto Yamazaki[43][Note 3]
(3 times,Proportional South Kanto-Kanagawa 5 Wards)
Masako Okawara[38]
(2 time, 1 times of the Upper House,Proportional tokyo-Tokyo 21 Ward)
Yu Kamiya[44][Note 3]
(2 times,Proportional Hokkaido-Hokkaido 10th district)
Kazuma Nakatani[43][Note 3][Note 4]
(2 times,Proportional South Kanto-Kanagawa 7 Wards)
Yu Arai
(1 times,Proportional Hokkaido-Hokkaido 3th district)
Member of the House of Councilors (7 members)
Toshio Ogawa[35][36][37]
(4 times,Tokyo)
Ryuhei Kawada[45][Note 3][Note 5]
(3 times,Proportional section)
Michihiro Ishibashi[39]
(2 times,Proportional section)
Namba Shoji
(2 times,Proportional section)
Yuichi Mayama[46][Note 3][Note 5]
(2 times,Kanagawa)
Hideo Sugio[Note 3][47][48]
(1 times,Nagano)
Uchikoshi Sakura[49][Note 3]
(1 times,Niigata)

Past enrolled students

Member of the House of Representatives

Constitutional Democratic Party
LDP
Japan Restoration Party

Member of the House of Councilors

Constitutional Democratic Party
National Democratic Party
LDP
Independent

Former member of the House of Representatives

Democratic Party
Hope party
Constitutional Democratic Party
National Democratic Party
Japan Restoration Party
New team selected
Independent / Other

Former member of the House of Councilors

Constitutional Democratic Party
Democratic Party
National Democratic Party
Japan Restoration Party
New team selected

Description of Political Funds Balance Report

YearsThis year's incomeNumber of membership fee payersDonation supplierRemarks
2005389 million 7612 yen50Naoto Kan-Eda May-Ishige-Izumi Fusaho-Kazuo Inoue-Koichiro Ichimura-Yukio Edano-Tomako Okazaki-Toshio Ogawa-Koichi Kato-Seiichi Kaneta-Chiyomi Kobayashi-Takashi Shinohara-Nobuhiko Sutou-Yasuhiro Sonoda-Yoshikazu Tarui-Megumu Tsuji-Ryuichi Doi-Akihisa Nagashima-Chinami Nishimura-White Shin Isao-Kazue Fujita-Hideo Hiraoka-Hosokawa Ritsuo-Honda Taira-Nobuo Matsuno-Hiroko Mizushima-Hirotami Murakoshi-Osamu Yamauchi-Junko Yamazaki[35]
2006709 million 5776 yen65Naoto Kan, Satsuki Eda, Koichiro Ichimura, Yukio Edano, Tomiko Okazaki, Toshio Ogawa, Koichi Kato, Seiichi Kaneda, Takashi Shinohara, Ryuichi Doi, Akihisa Nagashima, Chinami Nishimura, Hideo Hiraoka, Ritsuo Hosokawa, Junko YamazakiSatoshi Arai-Seiji Osaka-Kuroiwa Uyo-Kazuko Gun-Kazunari Koga-Takahiro Sasaki-Ryuzo Sasaki-Tajima Kaname-Kenji Tamura-Masamitsu Naito-Kenzo Fujisue-Michiyoshi Yuki-Katsuhiko Yokomitsu-Eiichiro Washio[36]
2007631 million 6612 yen57Naoto Kan, Satsuki Eda, Koichiro Ichimura, Tomiko Okazaki, Toshio Ogawa, Koichi Kato, Seiichi Kaneda, Takashi Shinohara, Ryuichi Dohi, Akihisa Nagashima, Hideo Hiraoka, Ritsuo Hosokawa, Junko Yamazaki, Seiji Osaka, Kazuko Kori, Sasaki Takahiro, Ryuzo Sasaki, Kaname Tajima, Kenji Tamura, Masamitsu Naito, Kenzo Fujisue, Michiyoshi Yunoki, Katsuhiko Yokomitsu, Eiichiro WashioSatoru Ienishi-Yoshinori Suematsu-Miho Takai-Issei Tajima-Keisuke Tsumura-Trunen Martei-Akio Fukuda-Kiyoshige Maekawa-Kazunori Yamai[37]
2008608 million 6184 yen67Naoto Kan, Satsuki Eda, Koichiro Ichimura, Tomiko Okazaki, Koichi Kato, Seiichi Kaneda, Takashi Shinohara, Ryuichi Dohi, Akihisa Nagashima, Chinami Nishimura, Hideo Hiraoka, Ritsuo Hosokawa, Nobuo Matsuno, Junko Yamazaki, Seiji Osaka, Gun Kazuko, Takahiro Sasaki, Ryuzo Sasaki, Kaname Tajima, Kenji Tamura, Kenzo Fujisue, Michiyoshi Yunoki, Katsuhiko Yokomitsu, Eiichiro Washio, Satoru Ienishi, Miho Takai, Kazunari Tajima, Keisuke Tsumura, Tsurunen, Marutei, Akio Fukuda, Kiyoshi Maekawa Naru, Kazunori Yamai,Azuma Konno-Masako Okawara-Kusuo Oshima-Mitsuo Okamoto-Yasue Funayama-Koshin Fujitani-Daigo Matsuura-Saori Yoshikawa[38]
2009373 million 1705 yen15Satsuki Eda, Koichiro Ichimura, Tomiko Okazaki, Koichi Kato, Seiichi Kaneda, Takashi Shinohara, Ryuichi Dohi, Akihisa Nagashima, Tomomi Nishimura, Hideo Hiraoka, Ritsuo Hosokawa, Nobuo Matsuno, Junko Yamazaki, Seiji Osaka, Kazuko Kori, Sasaki Takahiro, Kenji Tamura, Kenzo Fujisue, Michiyoshi Yuki, Katsuhiko Yokomitsu, Eiichiro Washio, Satoru Ienishi, Miho Takai, Kazushige Tajima, Keisuke Tsumura, Tsurunen, Marutei, Akio Fukuda, Kiyonari Maekawa, Kazunori Yamai, Azuma Konno, Oshima Kyushu Otoko, Yasue Funayama, Mitsunobu Fujitani, Daigo Matsuura, Saori Yoshikawa, Yoshinori SuematsuMotohisa Ikeda[41]
20102780 million 5908 yen61[57]
2011353 million 9018 yen48[58]
2012374 million 1692 yen46[59]
2013396 million0416 JPY33[39]
201469 million0400 JPY18[60]
201564 million0181 JPY17[61]
201652 million0055 JPY10[62]
201746 million0005 JPY11[63]
2018169 million 4007 yen20[64]
2019 (first year of Reiwa)200 million0004 JPY18[65]
2020 years (Ryowa 2 years)146 million0024 JPY20

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  1. ^ Former member of parliament.
  2. ^ January 2017Hope partyMeet at. After not joining the Democratic Party for the People in May 2018, he joined the party in September 5 after becoming independent.When he was a member of the party of his choice, he joined the Suga group as a guest (when he returned as a regular member).Akamatsu GroupWas participating as a regular member ofTokunaga EriTurned into a guest member when joining the Democratic Party for the People's Party[1].. ).
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m A member of the Diet who participated in a study session as a group of the Constitutional Democratic Party.
  4. ^ a b Naoto KanBorn in the secretary of the House of Representatives.
  5. ^ a b Eda GroupI'm from
  6. ^ After leaving the Suga group, he is a non-faction.
  7. ^ January 2017Hope partyMeet at. Joined the Democratic Party for the People in May 2018, but removed from the register in June 5.Joined the party in September 2019 after being independent.At the same time as joining the party of hope, he left the Suga group and belonged to the Maehara group, which he had overlapped with, but after the Democratic Party for the People's Democratic Party was removed, he was a non-faction →Old constitutionParliamentary groupGroup of Independents → Group of Independents-Izumi Group.
  8. ^ The affiliation after leaving the Suga groupKondo Group-Kano Group → Ohata Group → Former Ohata Group→ Non-faction →Izumi Group..Joined after the Democratic Party for the People's Party split.
  9. ^ The Democratic Party left the party in March 2013. In 3 Mayor of Akita electionIndependentI ran for the race and was rejected. Returned to the party in November 2014.
  10. ^ The affiliation after leaving the Suga groupKondo Group→ No faction. In October 2017Hope partyMeet at. After not joining the Democratic Party for the People in May 2018, he joined the party in September 5 after becoming independent.
  11. ^ The affiliation after leaving the Suga groupHaraguchi Group→ Non-faction →Izumi Group.
  12. ^ The affiliation after leaving the Suga groupHosono faction → Former Hosono group→ Non-faction →Kondo Group.. In April 2017Hope partyMeet at. Joined the Democratic Party for the People in May 2018, but was removed from the register in August of the same year.Joined the party in September 5 after being independent.
  13. ^ The affiliation after leaving the Suga groupNagashima Group.. Removed from the Democratic Party in April 2017.Subsequent affiliationHope party→ Independent → Liberal Democratic Party.
  14. ^ The affiliation after leaving the Suga groupNagashima Group → Former Nagashima Group.. The Democratic Party left the party in November 2017.Subsequent affiliation is independent → Liberal Democratic Party.
  15. ^ The Democratic Party left the party in June 2014.Participated in December 6 after being independent.
  16. ^ January 2017Hope partyMeet at. Not participating in the Democratic Party for the People in May 2018.Participated in August 5 after being independent.
  17. ^ The Democratic Party left the party in July 2012.Subsequent affiliationGreen wind→Independent(The parliamentary group is "Democratic Party-Fresh greenery)).
  18. ^ Continue to join the Democratic Party for the People without leaving the Democratic Party. He left the party in November 2019. May 11LDP-Voice of the peopleJoined the Liberal Democratic Party in April 2022
  19. ^ Removed from the Democratic Party in August 2017.
  20. ^ The affiliation after leaving the Suga groupHosono school → Former Hosono group → Floor group.. Joined in October 2017.
  21. ^ The affiliation after leaving the Suga groupHosono school → Former Hosono group → Floor group[51].. In April 2017Hope partyMeet at. Joined the Democratic Party for the People in May 2018 and joined the party in September 5.
  22. ^ January 2017Hope partyMeet at. Joined the Democratic Party for the People in May 2018 and joined the party in September 5.
  23. ^ The Democratic Party left the party in December 2017.Joined the party in September 12 after being independent (the affiliated group is "Group of Independents" → "Constitutional Democratic Party / Independent Forum").
  24. ^ Removed from the Democratic Party in November 2012.Subsequent affiliationJapan Restoration Party→Restoration Party→Democratic Party→Hope party→ Independent →Former Constitutional Democratic Party→Constitutional Democratic Party.
  25. ^ Yukio EdanoBorn in the secretary of the House of Representatives.
  26. ^ Removed from the Constitutional Democratic Party in April 2020. Joined the party in October 4.
  27. ^ Eda MayBorn in the secretary of the House of Representatives.
  28. ^ Removed from the Democratic Party in November 2012.Subsequent affiliationJapan Future Party→ Independent →Voice of national anger→ Independent → Reiwa Shinsengumi.
  29. ^ The Democratic Party left the party in March 2011.
  30. ^ Secretary-general at the time of establishment. The Democratic Party left the party in April 2009. 4 Mayor of Nagoya electionIndependentI ran for the race and won.
  31. ^ The Democratic Party left the party in July 2017.2017 Sendai Mayoral ElectionToIndependentI ran for the race and won.
  32. ^ The affiliation after leaving the Suga groupHosono faction → Former Hosono group→ No faction. In October 2017Hope partyMeet at. Not participating in the Democratic Party for the People in May 2018.He joined the party in October of the same year after being independent, but left the party in February 5.
  33. ^ Yukio EdanoMember of the House of RepresentativesPolicy SecretaryI'm from
  34. ^ The Democratic Party left the party in July 2017.Former Constitutional Democratic PartyAnd the new party to join in September 2020Constitutional Democratic PartyJoined the party, but left the party in July 2021 and resigned as a member of the House of Representatives.
  35. ^ The Democratic Party left the party in December 2013.Subsequent affiliation is independent → political group "Republican Party".
  36. ^ The Democratic Party left the party in March 2011.2011 Akashi Mayor ElectionToIndependentI ran for the race and won.
  37. ^ The affiliation after leaving the Suga groupOzawa Group.. In April 2012Democratic PartyLeaving the party.Subsequent affiliationNew National Party→Party to realize tax reduction Japan, anti-TPP, and nuclear power-free.
  38. ^ Until he was alive, he was the chairman of the group (the secretary-general at the time of establishment).
  39. ^ The Democratic Party left the party in July 2012.Subsequent affiliationPeople's lives are the first→Japan Future Party→Life Party → Life Party and Taro Yamamoto and Friends → Liberal Party→ Former Democratic Party for the People → Constitutional Democratic Party.
  40. ^ The Democratic Party left the party in May 2016.Subsequent affiliations are the voice of national anger → the former Democratic Party for the People → the Democratic Party for the People.
  41. ^ January 2017Hope partyMeet at. Participated in May 2019.
  42. ^ January 2017Hope partyMeet at. Not participating in the Democratic Party for the People in May 2018. Joined the party in April 5.
  43. ^ Continue to join the former Democratic Party for the People without leaving the Democratic Party. In November 2020, he gets an official offer for the next House of Representatives election.

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