Akiko Oishi, a democratic socialist in Japan
Akiko Oishi, a democratic socialist in Japan

(日本語版)
こんにちは。大石あきこといいます。2018年10月末に大阪府庁を退職しました。

16年間府庁で公務員として働き、仕事にやりがいもありましたが、自分が本当にめざしていることをやりたいから、思い切って辞めました。

維新府政の10年で人々のくらしは良くなりましたか?

きれいごとの標語の裏で、放置されていることがあり、大きな問題が起きています。それをなんとかしたい。

普通の40代・子持ち・女性だって社会を変えられるはず。

みなさんも、一緒にやりませんか?(^o^)

 

2019年4月7日に統一地方選があり、大阪市淀川区から大阪議会に挑戦しました。
負けました。
応援してくださったみなさん、ありがとうございました。勝てなくてすみません。

私はあきらめませんし、方向性が間違ってはいないこともつかめたつもりです。今後も活動と発信を続けます!

 

維新・横山 37,887当選

公明・かじき 18,716当選

 無所属・大石 13,702落選



Hi, I’m Akiko Oishi.

Having worked for Osaka Prefecture as a civil servant in the prefectural office for 16 years, I have left my position in order to stand for an Osaka prefectural assembly member.

I found the past 16 years very challenging yet rewarding, but somewhat very difficult to move on from. 
However, I found the courage to leave the office in October 2018 to achieve what I really want to do.

So my question is to you: Do you think life of people in society has improved in the last 10 years under the Osaka Ishin party?

Behind the nice words dished out by Osaka Ishin party, there are many unresolved issues which are becoming serious issues.  My aim is tackling those issues.

I truly believe being a female, a mum  and in my 40s will not hold me back from changing our society.
Why don’t you come on board, aid and support positive changes?

Nationwide unified elections are held on 7th of April, 2019.

I will run for the prefectural assembly from Yodogawa-Ward.

→Failed! But I will never give up!

Thank you for taking your time to read.

Curtesy of Sasaki-Samuels



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