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ガーディアンが、日本国内からの意見を求めています

2014.12.11
ガーディアン紙が、衆院議員選挙について、日本からの意見を求めている。イギリス時間、12月11日午後11時59分(日本時間、12月12日午前8時59分)までのようなので、意見がある方は早めに。

What's the mood in Japan ahead of the election?
http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/dec/08/whats-the-mood-in-japan-ahead-of-the-election

Japan goes to the polls on Sunday, in a snap election called by the prime minister Shinzo Abe. His Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) are unlikely to lose the election, and instead the question is whether the LDP will increase its number of seats to help increase its mandate for the economic reforms introduced under Abe since 2012.

A surprise fall into recession prompted the snap election. It is being framed - not least by the prime minister himself - as a referendum on “Abenomics”, the premier’s flagship economic policies of fiscal stimulus, monetary easing and structural reform. “It’s an election that is asking voters whether to continue with Abenomics, or to put a stop to it,” he said.

While it may be the economy, stupid, there are other issues bubbling under the surface, from Japan’s pacifist constitution to the future of the country’s nuclear power generation plants. Which is why we’re looking to you to help us build a picture of the country ahead of this surprise election. Where in Japan do you live, and what’s the mood there? Will you be voting in the election? What do you think are the main issues facing Japan, and do you feel optimistic about the country’s future?

You can share your accounts via GuardianWitness by clicking on the blue banner below, or if you prefer, you can email me at james.walsh@theguardian.com.

衆議院総選挙に向けて国内のムードは?

今月14日に安部首相の発表した衆議院総選挙の投開票が行われます。日本に住んでいる方、投票に行く予定の方、あなたの意見と国内のムードについて、是非私たちに聞かせてください。


What's the mood in Japan ahead of the election?
https://witness.theguardian.com/assignment/547ee9dfe4b042c2da5b0f07

Shinzo Abe has called a snap election for 14th December. Live in Japan? Planning to vote? Let us know your thoughts and tell us the mood in the country.

衆議院総選挙に向けて国内のムードは?今月14日に安部首相の発表した衆議院総選挙の投開票が行われます。日本に住んでいる方、投票に行く予定の方、あなたの意見と国内のムードについて、是非私たちに聞かせてください。

While it may be the economy, stupid, there are other issues bubbling under the surface, from Japan’s pacifist constitution to the future of the country’s nuclear power generation plants. Which is why we’re looking to you to help us build a picture of the country ahead of this surprise election. Where in Japan do you live, and what’s the mood there? Will you be voting in the election? What do you think are the main issues facing Japan, and do you feel optimistic about the country’s future?


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