Online casinos in Japan do not have a schedule yet

Despite being re-elected as Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (pictured) it has reportedly not set a timetable for his government. To submit a proposal for the implementation of the Integrated Resort Implementation Bill proposed by the casino before the state legislator conducts a

According to a report from the Asian Gaming Brief, Keiichi Ishii of the Komeito coalition party recently stated that the government is currently in the process of establishing a ‘specific system’ to introduce the law to the country’s National Diet, but he did not expect this handover. will be ‘on time’.

Although most casino gambling is currently illegal in Japan, legislators led by Abe’s conservative Liberal Democrats controversially ratified an enabling law in December proposing to pass up to four integrated casino resorts equipped with additional hotel features, shops and conference rooms. . However, the future of this measure was threatened in September when Abe surprisingly called a snap election with The Japan Times reporting public rejection of the idea which often ran at a two-to-one ratio.

Asia Gaming Brief reports that has been appointed to head the Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism despite skepticism from some of his Komeito colleagues regarding the wisdom of legalizing casino gambling in Japan.

Online casinos in Japan do not yet have a schedule that Japanese officials are currently in the process of formulating specific rules and guidelines for a planned Western-style casino project and these may still be included in the Integrated Resort Application Bill. The bill could be debated before the end of the current legislative session on December 9 or delayed until the next sitting in early 2018.

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