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2007/09/26

お名前は「ハイスイノジン」、「排水の仁」、「配水の人」、「背水の陣」内閣らしい!

仲秋に 満つる手前の 月見上げ

国会で狸寝入りしイビキのイブキと見立てたヌエのイブキが、デカバナコガァマガリが出しゃばったことで、超幸運にも「幹事長」のポストを手に入れモンカァッカ大臣のポストが空いた。

ヒョウタンフクダは、この後釜に、なんと(親父の代同士の友情か?)殆ど無能のヨウカイトカイ(できそこないの同じようなヒョウタン面で不思議なキャラ[面はでかいが全く存在感がない]の妖怪野郎)を充てた。
いくらか人物評を知る側としては、ビックリ仰天、しかもモンカァッカ(ショウモナイ)である。
子供たちの教育を論じ、日本の先端科学を論じるには、適正かな?大きな大きな疑問だね?そんなこと論じる前に「(実質崩壊と噂される)家庭を立て直す事が先決」ではないのぉっかなぁ?
ヨウカイトカイは、いつもヒヤヒヤドンジリ選挙を、次は閣僚ということで安全パイにしたいだろうけど、そうは行くかな?「カネ無し、人気無し」状態から「お代官様」を演じることで、一時的にはカネが集まり貧血脱却できるかも知れないなぁ、家庭崩壊を喰い止めることができるかも知れないなぁ。そう遠くない時期にヨメの面を見てみたいモノだ!?
まぁ、ヒョウタンフクダの友情というモノが見えた瞬間だ!
これで、ヨウカイトカイにも政治資金が入ってくるなぁ!1円から領収書出せよなぁ~!

次は、トチ狂ったオイケポチャコが返り咲きを狙い猟官画策を展開したグンジの椅子だ。手堅さでは定評のあるコウムリ兄ちゃんが、居残らず外向き御用係へ移りそうなニュースを耳に、また、どこかで誰かに跨ろうと一大決意し一発勝負服でノコノコ出かけてみたモノの跨り損ね、「オイケにハマって、また大変!振り出しに戻る!」(ザマー見ろィ)。ジブントォは除名せよ!一日も早く除名せよ!

タナボタでグンジの椅子を手に入れたのは、オタクというかネクラというか特異なキャラで迫るナキムシイシバァ~だ。今度は外野から評論せずに省昇格後二代目の跡目を継いで三代目に就任する。
これから、毎日、国会でいじめられ(正真正銘)泣きながらということになる!
どこまで泣くか、どれだけ涙を溜めるか見てみたい。

※当初は、ヒョウタンフクダの草履取りテコンドォセイシロォが、「この度の活躍、見事であった、よってグンジの椅子を分け与える!」と親方から得るモノとの憶測が流れていたから、ちょっぴり拍子抜けだった。(草履を温めているのがミエミエ過ぎた!)
でも、よくよく考えれば、ここがヒョウタンフクダとアベカワモチの違いで、アベカワモチなら底が浅いから掌の内を見せてしまうのだが、ヒョウタンフクダは、手堅さゆえに、そこまでバカげたことはしないのである。テコンドォセイシロォもなかなかのキャラであるから、早く、舞台へ上げ転げ落ちる様を見たい気持ちも湧き起こっているが。

そして見ものの「所信表明演説」は来週1日ということらしぃ!
1ヶ月よくお遊びしましゅたねぇ~!ご褒美あげましゅよぉ~!

引用開始→ 福田新政権更新:
福田内閣始動、実務重視・13閣僚再任
 (日経NET)
09月25日 21:42

自民党の福田康夫総裁は25日、国会の首相指名選挙で第91代首相に選ばれた。組閣では官房長官に町村信孝前外相を起用。後任の外相には高村正彦前防衛相を横滑りさせ、防衛相に石破茂氏、文部科学相に渡海紀三朗氏を登用した。安倍前内閣からの閣僚交代は4人にとどめ、残る13閣僚は再任。参院で野党が過半数を占める「ねじれ国会」での攻防をにらみ、手堅い実務型の布陣とした。

福田内閣は26日午前、皇居での首相の親任式、閣僚の認証式を経て正式に発足する。政府・与党は福田首相の所信表明演説を10月1日とする方向で調整している。

臨時国会の開会中という事情もあり、閣僚の入れ替えは最小限に抑えた。11月1日に期限を迎えるテロ対策特別措置法に代わる新法案の審議を控え、官房長官になった町村前外相の後任は高村前防衛相を横滑りさせた。新たに防衛相となる石破氏は小泉内閣で防衛庁長官を歴任し、安全保障政策に精通していることが決め手になった。
Copyright 2007 Nikkei Inc. / Nikkei Digital Media, Inc. All rights reserved.  ←引用終わり

とりあえず、「舟が出るゾォ~!」ということらしい。漕ぎ手が、それなりに努力し遅れを挽回するか、できるか興味深いところではあるが!?

Quotation Beginning→  Fukuda elected prime minister in Diet faceoff  As expected, much of Abe's Cabinet retained.
Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2007

By MASAMI ITO
Staff writer
New Liberal Democratic Party President Yasuo Fukuda was elected prime minister by a divided Diet on Tuesday afternoon amid the political turmoil stemming from Shinzo Abe's sudden resignation announcement two weeks ago.

The House of Representatives picked Fukuda as prime minister, while the House of Councilors elected Democratic Party of Japan leader Ichiro Ozawa. After consultations between the two chambers failed to reach an agreement, the Lower House choice prevailed under the Constitution.

After the ministers in Abe's Cabinet resigned en masse in the morning, Fukuda announced a new lineup in the evening that retained most of them — including Finance Minister Fukushiro Nukaga — to ensure there will be enough continuity to deal with legislative business in the Diet, which is still in session.

Also brought back was Abe's foreign minister, Nobutaka Machimura, who will serve as Fukuda's chief Cabinet secretary. Machimura is the leader of the largest LDP faction, of which Fukuda is a member.

Former Defense Minister Masahiko Komura, also a member of the former Cabinet, will take over for Machimura as foreign minister. Shigeru Ishiba, a former chief of the Defense Agency, was appointed defense minister.

An attestation ceremony at the Imperial Palace is scheduled to be held Wednesday morning, which will formally approve Fukuda and his team as Cabinet members.

"Day by day, I feel the weight of responsibility getting heavier and heavier," Fukuda told fellow LDP lawmakers at a meeting before the vote in the Lower House. "I will do my best to create a society in which the young can have hope and everyone can have a sense of security."

In his first news conference as prime minister, Fukuda acknowledged that his Cabinet is "up against the wall" — having been launched following the chaos created by the collapse of Abe's administration.

He said he will do his best to resolve the pension record keeping problem — one of the major issues that contributed to the downfall of the Abe Cabinet — "in order to regain public trust in politics."

He also said he will try "more than ever" to win cooperation for his legislative agenda from the opposition camp, which controls the Upper House. He said he is especially ready to talk with the DPJ, the biggest opposition party, on key issues such as pensions and the consumption tax.

Fukuda also offered an apology for the two-week stalemate in the Diet, during which the LDP elected their new leader following Abe's sudden announcement on Sept. 12 of his intention to resign.

Fukuda, 71, is the first prime minister whose father was also prime minister. Takeo Fukuda held the office from 1976 to 1978. It is also the first time since 1994, when Tomiichi Murayama became prime minister, that Japan will have a leader in his 70s. Murayama was 70 years old.

As expected, the LDP-New Komeito coalition, which controls the Lower House, voted for Fukuda as prime minister.

But things did not go as smoothly in the Upper House, where opposition parties voted for Ozawa. The ruling bloc lost its majority in the Upper House in the July 29 election.

In the Lower House vote, Fukuda garnered 338 of the 477 votes cast, while Ozawa got 117. Nine votes went to Japanese Communist Party leader Kazuo Shii, seven to Social Democratic Party leader Mizuho Fukushima and five to Tamisuke Watanuki, head of Kokumin Shinto (People's New Party). One vote was void.

In the Upper House, 117 of the 240 votes were for Ozawa, 106 for Fukuda, seven for Shii, five for Fukushima and four for Watanuki. One Upper House vote was also void.

With no one winning a majority in the upper chamber, a runoff was held between the top two candidates. Ozawa received 133 votes and Fukuda 106.

Following the split between the two houses, a joint committee was formed to select the prime minister. But it failed to reach agreement and the more powerful Lower House's decision prevailed. It was the first time in nine years such a committee was needed.

DPJ lawmakers argued that the result of the July election was the most recent expression of the public's "voice," and Ozawa should therefore become prime minister.

"Public opinion is clear," said Azuma Koshiishi, chairman of the DPJ's Upper House caucus. "That is why (the LDP) should seek judgment from the public by dissolving the Lower House" and holding a general election.

Under Article 67 of the Constitution, when the two chambers fail to reach an agreement, the result in the Lower House takes priority.

Ozawa told reporters later in the day that nothing will change even though Japan has chosen a new leader.

"The ruling LDP and New Komeito will remain the same no matter who becomes their leader," Ozawa said. "The LDP and New Komeito pushed (policies) that turned Japan into a distorted and warped society, creating disparity, unfairness and inequality in every field. There is no other way but for such a (coalition) to end its rule as soon as possible for the public."

Ozawa said he will do everything he can to ensure the DPJ wins the next Lower House election, which must be held by September 2009.

Fukuda met with Akihiko Ota, head of New Komeito, in the morning and agreed to continue their coalition.

He admitted to reporters that he asked former LDP Secretary General Taro Aso, who ran against Fukuda in Sunday's LDP presidential election, to join his Cabinet.

"The LDP is in a difficult position and it will be tough to manage political power without the cooperation of (all members)," Fukuda said. "The LDP is in a crisis and I don't want to trigger (problems). Things won't go well without everyone's assistance, so I asked Aso for his cooperation."

According to Fukuda, Aso declined the offer because he wanted to rest after having served in various key Cabinet and LDP positions over the past few years. Fukuda added that he will talk to Aso again.
The Japan Times
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