Liberal Democratic Party and Liberal Democratic Declaration of Emergency Agreed by Prime Minister Prior Report April 1, 22:32
Regarding the Declaration of Emergency under the Special Measures Law on Countermeasures against the New Coronavirus, the LDP and the Constitutional Democratic Party have agreed that, in principle, when the government issues a Declaration, the Prime Minister will require a preliminary report from the Prime Minister to the Diet. did.
The LDP and the Constitutional Democratic Party's parliamentary committee chairpersons discussed intermittently over the day when the government issued an "Emergency Declaration" based on the Special Measures Law on Countermeasures against the New Coronavirus.
According to Liberal Democratic Party officials, at this meeting, when a "declaration" was issued, in principle, they agreed to request a preliminary report from the Prime Minister to the Diet.
Specifically, it is expected that Prime Minister Abe will attend the House of Representatives 'House of Representatives' committee, and that the committee will be open to the public and questions will be asked about each party.
The Cabinet Committee of both houses of the Diet, which has considered the Special Measures Law, has called for an emergency resolution to report to the Diet in advance of the "Declaration of Emergency" unless it is urgent and unavoidable.