Recently, the Japanese government caused a big Oolong because of miscalculation. Because of statistical errors, 20 million people did not receive subsidies and insurance, which led to serious consequences. For a country, such serious mistakes are absolutely intolerable. So how should the Japanese government make up for such incidents afterwards?

It is unbelievable that the interests of tens of millions of people have been damaged because of the mistakes of one department or one person. The government should have been very strict in its work and not allow any mistakes at all. However, a huge mistake has taken place in the Japanese government. The Ministry of Health, Welfare and Labor of Japan has made mistakes in its statistical methods, resulting in 20 million people not receiving welfare subsidies and insurance in three years. Insurance premium.

Japan’s Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare revealed serious mistakes in its statistical methods on November 11. From 2004 to 2017, it underpaid about 20 million people 56.75 billion yuan (RMB 3.4 billion) in subsidies and insurance. At the press conference on the same day, Mr. Huo Sheng and Mr. Huo Sheng made a bow to apologize.

Japan’s Ministry of Health, Welfare and Labor said Tuesday that according to statistics, a total of 19.73 million people, including unemployment benefits for employment insurance, industrial injury insurance and subsidies for entrepreneurs, totaled 56.75 billion yen. The Japanese government is currently calculating the relevant data in order to pay the corresponding amount to the less-distributed objects.

As for underpayment statistics, about 19 million people are involved in employment insurance and unemployment benefits, amounting to about 28 billion yen. About 270,000 people are involved in the distribution of industrial injury insurance pensions, amounting to 24 billion yen. About 450,000 people, amounting to 150 million yen, were involved in the compensation for shutdown. The crew insurance covers about 10,000 people, amounting to about 1.6 billion yen. In addition, the employment adjustment subsidy issued to employers has also been reduced by about 300,000 copies, amounting to 3 billion yen.

It is reported that the relevant person in charge of the Ministry of Health, Health and Labor had previously realized that there were problems in statistical methods, but did not share relevant information within the whole organization. For all the less-distributed objects, the insufficient part will be reissued.

Japan’s Chief Cabinet Secretary, Kan Yiwei, said at a press conference on the morning of November 11: “The necessary budget is now being counted.” At a press conference, he explained the revised guidelines for the 2019 budget and said that the relevant resolutions would be adopted at next week’s Cabinet meeting. He also said: “It is necessary to retrospect past employment insurance and other data for reissue. We will include these reimbursement expenses in the necessary budget and then coordinate them.”

On the 11th, the Minister of health, labor and craftsmanship bowed and apologized at a press conference after the Cabinet meeting, and said: “It is a great pity that such a thing has arisen. I sincerely apologize for the great trouble I have caused you. At that time, the relevant statistical documents of the Ministry of Health, Health and Labor clearly wrote “even if there is no full investigation, it can ensure the accuracy of the amount” and other relevant records.

Japan’s monthly labor statistics are carried out by the Ministry of Honorary Labor through the prefecture of Dudaofu. According to the regulations, large units with more than 500 employees must be fully investigated. However, only one third of the 1,400 units in Tokyo were surveyed. The survey began in 2004. According to Japanese media, about 20 million people have been paid less subsidies because of improper statistics, which has a great impact.

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