Japan Prime Minister Kishida, Cabinet Members Held 28 Large-Scale Fundraising Parties in 2022

Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and 14 then Cabinet members held a total of 28 fundraising parties that each generated a revenue of at least ¥10 million in 2022, according to political funds reports for the year.
A fundraising party that raises at least ¥10 million is defined as a “special party” under the Political Funds Control Law. The latest findings shed light on the fact that the ministerial code that calls for refraining from holding large-scale fundraising parties has been losing significance.


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