Government starts the New Urban Center plan in response to the yet-to-be-solved Tokyo Incidents
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Government starts the New Urban Center plan in response to the yet-to-be-solved Tokyo Incidents

Published on 2020/03/17, 20:30

New Capital Logo proposal

On the 17th, the government passed the Capital Faculties Relocation Special Measures Law (Commonly known as the New Urban Center plan bill) which will relocate administrative and financial functions previously held by Tokyo to Maebashi City, Gunma prefecture, and other cities. The policy aims to create a completely new city that integrates various paratechs such as androids, a new healthcare system and fully managed transportation, including them into the capital functions. Both the Foundation and the GOC have shown willingness to cooperate on these measures.

Five capitals (Provincial and prefectural) have been designated for these measures: Gunma, Aichi, Osaka, Hokkaido and Okinawa, with Maebashi City at the center (Location of the current provisional cabinet). There will be partial deregulations in the activities of certain paratech industries, specially around Demonics, Thaumaturgy, and paramedicine. The city’s name is expected to be changed from Maebashi to “New Capital Urban Center”.

The government has stated that they’ll take the measures necessary to restore the many systems left paralyzed following the Tokyo Reality Collapse Widespread Disaster (Commonly known as the Tokyo Disaster or Tokyo Incidents) from two years ago. The Tokyo Incidents nearly destroyed the capital’s administrative and judiciary functions, as well as financial and economical ones. The majority of companies with bases on Tokyo were destroyed, greatly impacting the economy of Japan. Even now, two years after the Tokyo Incidents, the K-Class Scenario designated by the Foundation has continued, the whole area barred from entry by the normalcy preservation organizations. Considering these circumstances, the aim is to genuinely restore capital functions that have remained temporary until now and restore the Japanese economy as soon as possible. Furthermore, it also wants to protect domestic industries that specialize in serving foreign groups such as Paratech Electronics and Anomaly Smith, and has announced a plan to grant domestic industries 30 trillion Yen worth of support. At an interview, it was stressed that “we have no choice but to take these pushy measures in order to protect Japan’s anomalous technology, and Japan itself, by extension”. It was also said that “for the following two years, we will work to advance restoration in all aspects, especially the domestic economy”.

The government is expected to utilize various Japanese paratechs such as Dimensional Roads, androids, and stand-alone autonomous thought organic cyberbrain computers, in order to restore capital functions, and hopes to invite forefront parascience research institutions from all over Japan in order to revitalize the economy.

Both the Foundation and the GOC have shown their support for these measures, and are aimed to restore the paratech industry to a healthy state, as it’s currently oligopolized by Prometheus Labs and other foreign companies.

The Foundation speaks

Tokyo was destroyed during the 2017 Tokyo Incidents. To this day, there is no hope in entering Tokyo. The building translocation phenomenon is still ongoing; on the contrary, the extent of the anomaly has been growing as of last month. Japan has fallen into this critical state due to the majority of domestic paratech companies falling into bankruptcy or becoming subsidiaries of foreign companies. Japanese companies that have protected people from anomalous phenomena without them realizing, such as Tou-Hei Heavy Industries and Chōkō Home Appliances, have been through immense financial difficulty recently, and the Japanese government has taken all countermeasures possible. However, Prometheus Laboratories and other foreign companies which are responsible for the weakening of the domestic paratech market have no interest in Japan’s recovery efforts, and have a background of exploiting the Japanese market, then abandoning it when disaster struck. Prometheus Laboratories regards profit as more important than ethics, charging exorbitant prices for reconstruction projects. Currently, business relations between the Foundation and Prometheus are still ongoing, but trust has been partially lost because of this.

Japan companies did not envision the immediate release of the market, according to Foundation personnel. Previously, Japan made use of an “approval of non-profit organization system”, which made it impossible to profit off paratech without the government’s approval. However, the Japanese market was suddenly opened to foreign companies, and a majority of Japanese companies disappeared as they were unable to adapt to this sudden change. Thus, the domestic market continues to deteriorate, exposed to disasters and the global financial crisis.

Against this, the Foundation and the GOC have chosen to support this measure in order to revive the economy of Japan. However, Japan has been wounded too much. Will we one day manage to recover?

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