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Controversial Democratic Party Representative Edano and Parliamentary Parliamentary Party President Noda, the representative of the National Assembly to Reconstruct Social Security, met ...

Mr. Edano and Mr. Noda talk to the congregation congregation for discussion including national democracy August 23, 16:36

Mr. Edano of the Constitutional Democratic Party over the denominations in the Diet and the former Prime Minister Noda, who is the representative of the House of Representatives' “National Conference to Revitalize Social Security,” meet to confirm that the discussions for the consortium including the National Democratic Party will begin. Did.

Constitutional Democratic Party Representative Edano and National Democratic Party Representative Tamaki agreed to join the denominations at the House of Representatives and the House of Representatives on the 20th of this week's party, and on the 22nd, the House of Representatives of the House of Representatives, where Prime Minister Noda was represented The “National Council for Reconstructing Social Security” has also decided to discuss with both parties to join.

In response to this, Mr. Edano and Mr. Noda had a meeting in the Diet on the 23rd and confirmed that they would enter into a discussion for confluence, including the National Democratic Party.

In the future, we will set up a “Department Management Council” to begin a specific study of the decision-making procedures and management methods of the group.

After the meeting, Mr. Noda told reporters, “We need to make some more underwater adjustments before opening the meeting, but we feel we are moving forward step by step, and we ca n’t go back.”

Source: nhk

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