↑ In Japan, Speaking of Nara, It's deer !
At a press conference on the 23rd,
Governor Shogo Arai of Nara Prefecture announced that
he would create a dedicated fund to support staff working at medical sites
and ask the citizens of the prefecture to donate about 100,000 yen.
There was an article in the Mainichi Newspaper.
On the Internet, the governor "donate 100,000 yen!"
What a misleading topic ...
Actually, it seems that the residents of the prefecture said that
they would like to donate the 100,000 yen that
they receive to medical workers who work hard.
The governor himself does not receive 100,000 yen
because he cannot make a donation under the provisions
of the Public Office Election Law,
and on the contrary,
to help the finance which is burdened with infection prevention measures
he is considering reducing the governor's compensation,
and will not force the donation to the prefecture staff.
Governor Arai said at the press conference that
he would like to ask the citizens of the prefecture
who have the desire to encourage medical staff,
rather than just donating.
Rather, it seems that they are responding exactly opposite to the reaction of the net.
However, I would like to have a system that
can respond to such individual ideas of good faith more flexibly.
It would be nice if there could be a more transparent and
rather than a little complicated and burdensome,
such as establishing a fund.