Standing people and the National Assembly join the focus on strengthening unity August 21 5:19
The Constitutional Democratic Party and the National Democratic Party have agreed to join the denominations at the House of Representatives and the House of Representatives on the 20th, and while there are voices welcoming from within each party, some are concerned about differences in positions such as nuclear policy The focus will be on strengthening solidarity for the next House of Representatives election.
The President of the Constitutional Democratic Party and representative Tamaki Tamaki of the National Democratic Party held a party summit on the 20th and agreed to join the denominations at the House of Representatives and the House of Representatives. It is a policy to start considering.
About this, there is a voice welcoming from each party saying, “In order to confront the government and ruling party, priority should be given to the opposition party becoming a big lump”.
On the other hand, the two parties have different assertions due to constitutional amendments and nuclear energy policies, etc., and the agreement document exchanged on the 20th clearly stated that "we will consider each position based on the fact that they are different political parties." There are also concerns from the department whether they can keep pace.
As new parties have gained attention in the previous House of Councilors election, the focus will be on whether both parties can strengthen their solidarity for the next House of Representatives election.