Extraordinary Diet today End of the opposition party's request to extend the session No response to the ruling party December 9th 5:07
The 200th extraordinary Diet session will end on the 9th. The opposition party has a policy to request an extension of the session in order to continue pursuing the “Meeting of Cherry Blossoms”, whereas the ruling party will close the meeting because most of the bills submitted by the government have been approved.
The 200th extraordinary Diet session convened on October 4th will end on the 9th.
The opposition party has a policy of requesting an extension of the 40-day session and holding an examination during the closing period in order to continue pursuing the “cherry-blossom viewing party”.
In addition, the Liberal Democratic Party argues that it should be submitted in order to clarify its attitude toward the Abe administration, but the Communist Party rejects it. Some say that they should not put water in the pursuit of pursuit by submitting a definitive cabinet distrust resolution.
Within the Constitutional Democratic Party, there is an opinion that the ruling party should consider submitting it if it does not respond to any closing examinations. On the other hand, the ruling party will not respond to the extension of the session because most of the bills submitted by the government have been approved.
In addition, Prime Minister Abe said that he was fulfilling accountability, and that he would not be able to respond to the review during the closing of the Budget Committee over the “Observation of Cherry Blossoms”, and discussions between the ruling and opposition parties are expected.
And if the ruling party side submits a cabinet disapproval resolution proposal, it will reject the proposal and amend the bill that did not come into effect, such as the amendment of the referendum law, and will close the meeting.
On the other hand, on the opposition side, the Constitutional Democratic Party called on the 9th to join the National Democratic Party, the Social Democratic Party, etc., calling for a joint party in order to bring together opposition powers and create a political party that can change power. Adjustments are expected to proceed, such as discussions on responses.