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2020-01-20T20:10:13.285Z

Normally, the Diet was convened, and Prime Minister Abe stated in his policy speech that he would consider reforms toward the realization of a full-generation social security system. on the other hand,…



Regular Diet Tomorrow's debate between the ruling and opposition parties January 21 5:05

Normally, the Diet was convened, and Prime Minister Abe stated in his policy speech that he would consider reforms toward the realization of a full-generation social security system. On the other hand, the opposition parties will pursue corruption cases involving the integrated resort facilities, and the ruling and opposition parties will start the debate on the 22nd.

Normally, the Diet convened on the 20th, and Prime Minister Abe stated in his policy speech that he would pursue reforms toward the realization of a social security system of all generations. Isn't that responsible? "

Opposition parties, on the other hand, said that Fukuyama, the secretary-general of the Constitutional Democratic Party, was too unfaithful to say that he did not apologize or mention the Sakura-no-kai or the arrest of a member himself appointed as Deputy Minister. I'm stupid. "

Each party's representative question on the policy statement will be held at the House of Representatives' plenary session from March 22 for three days.

In the ordinary Diet, the government and the ruling party aim to prepare for a supplementary budget proposal that incorporates economic measures, etc., and a new budget proposal as soon as possible, and prepare for the downside risk of the economy.

On the other hand, the opposition parties have begun debating the ruling and opposition parties, in addition to corruption cases over the IR, pursuing issues such as the former Minister of Justice Kawai and the former Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Sugawara who resigned last year, and the "Cherry Blossom Watching Party". You.

Source: nhk

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