MHLW Head Proposes Splitting Up Ministry Into Three
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Japan's Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare Yoichi Masuzoe proposed May 26 to split up the ministry into three parts: pension, healthcare and welfare/labor. The proposal was put forth at a cabinet meeting held to discuss the issue. Last week, Japanese Prime Minister Aso Taro suggested splitting the MHLW into two parts: social security and citizen living. However, Masuzoe also cautioned against speedy action. Another cabinet meeting will be held May 28 to discuss the issue. (Click here for more - Japanese language
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