``I don’t want you to call a lawmaker a teacher’’ Discussed at the Osaka Prefectural Assembly
Members of parliament are sometimes called ``Sensei’’ in the National Assembly, metropolitan and prefectural assemblies.
For a long time, the Osaka Prefectural Assembly has also called members of the assembly “Sensei”
At the assembly on the 21st, the chairman said, ``It is easy for people who work in government offices and citizens to think that lawmakers are superiors.
Please don’t call me Sensei, as MPs may mistakenly think that they are special.”
Some members of the assembly said that they agreed with the plan because they had been talking about stopping it for some time.
It was decided to discuss the matter again on the 28th after the MPs considered it in the group.
In the parliament, if there is a majority of votes in favor, the parliamentarians will stop calling other members ”teacher”
I’m thinking of asking people who work in the government office to stop calling