The gap between the citizens and the people's way of thinking is big.
Representatives of the Constitutional Democratic Party and the National Democratic Party talked about the denomination in the National Assembly on the 15th, but no conclusion was reached. For the Constitutional Democratic Party seeking to join the House of Representatives in the House of Representatives, the National Democratic Party demands the formation of a unified party in the House of Representatives.
On the 15th, President Edano of the Constitutional Democratic Party proposed to join representatives of the House of Representatives after requesting an understanding of the party's policies, such as constitutional amendments and energy policy, to President Tamaki of the National Democratic Party. Both representatives met again.
At the meeting, Mr. Tamaki responded that he wanted to form a unified group with equal positions, including the House of Councilors, and wanted to discuss policy directions, etc., but Mr. Edano said, “It is not the answer to the proposal.” Asking for a re-answer.
For this reason, Mr. Tamaki is planning to examine the response at the party executive department next week.
Based on the results of the House of Councilors elections, both parties say that in order to confront the Abe administration, it is necessary to consolidate the opposition parties, and there is a strong voice that “they should continue to make efforts toward each other”.
However, the constitutional Democratic Party seeking to join the House of Representatives in the House of Representatives, the National Democratic Party demands the formation of a unified party in the House of Representatives.