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The Prime Minister Receives a Courtesy Call from Ikumen Local Government Leaders

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

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Photograph of the Prime Minister receiving a proposal from Governor of Hiroshima Prefecture Hidehiko Yuzaki 1

Photograph of the Prime Minister receiving a proposal from Governor of Hiroshima Prefecture Hidehiko Yuzaki 1

  • Photograph of the Prime Minister receiving a proposal from Governor of Hiroshima Prefecture Hidehiko Yuzaki 1
  • Photograph of the Prime Minister receiving a proposal from Governor of Hiroshima Prefecture Hidehiko Yuzaki 2
  • Photograph of the Prime Minister conversing with <i>ikumen</i> local government leaders, their families, and others
  • Photograph of the Prime Minister having a commemorative photograph taken with <i>ikumen</i> local government leaders, their families, and others

Photograph of the Prime Minister receiving a proposal from Governor of Hiroshima Prefecture Hidehiko Yuzaki 2

Photograph of the Prime Minister receiving a proposal from Governor of Hiroshima Prefecture Hidehiko Yuzaki 2

Photograph of the Prime Minister conversing with <i>ikumen</i> local government leaders, their families, and others

Photograph of the Prime Minister conversing with ikumen local government leaders, their families, and others

Photograph of the Prime Minister having a commemorative photograph taken with <i>ikumen</i> local government leaders, their families, and others

Photograph of the Prime Minister having a commemorative photograph taken with ikumen local government leaders, their families, and others

Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda received a courtesy call from ikumen (fathers who actively participate in child rearing) local government leaders at the Prime Minister's Official Residence.
After receiving a proposal from Mr. Hidehiko Yuzaki, Governor of Hiroshima Prefecture, the Prime Minister conversed with ikumen local government leaders who have experience obtaining paternity leaves and other people.

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