The article below is about a Japanese Politician that is considering censuring Prime Minister Noda for his lack of information, in this case, about the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Yet, this is not the first time anyone has had a problem with the Prime Minister or his cabinet and their inability to share information with the citizens of Japan. Hmmm. Maybe it is because the Prime Minister and his cabinet do not care what the citizens of Japan think. They have consistently done the same thing, for example, the disclosure of information about the Fukushima nuclear disaster. Could it be that the reason that they consistently do not share information is that they really have no idea what they are doing?
LDP leader considers censure motion against Noda over TPP decision
POLITICS NOV. 15, 2011 – 07:14AM JST ( 30 )
Sadakazu Tanigaki, leader of the main opposition Liberal Democratic Party, on Monday accused Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda of hiding unfavorable information on the Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade talks and said that he would consider filing a censure motion in the Diet.
“There is a lack of information. There have not been discussions on ways to ease the public’s worries. I have no choice but to say (the announcement) was premature and express my opposition,” Tanigaki said.