Constitutional Democratic Party Secretary-General Meeting Confluence will continue to be discussed September 18, 19:05
Secretary-general Fukuyama of the Constitutional Democratic Party and Secretary-general Yoshida of the Social Democratic Party met and agreed to continue the confluence talks between the two parties.
Secretary-general Fukuyama of the Constitutional Democratic Party and Secretary-general Yoshida of the Social Democratic Party met in the Diet on the 18th, and based on the fact that the Constitutional Democratic Party before the formation of the new party had been proceeding with confluence talks with the Social Democratic Party since December last year. We discussed future measures.
In this, Secretary-general Fukuyama explained the platform of the new party and expressed his intention to continue the confluence talks with the Social Democratic Party, while Secretary-general Yoshida also expressed his intention to respond, and both parties It was agreed that the confluence talks would continue in the future.
After that, Secretary-General Yoshida announced that he would proceed with gathering opinions within the party after discussing with local organizations over the next month.
After the meeting, Secretary-general Fukuyama of the Constitutional Democratic Party said, "I would like to proceed with the work toward the merger while watching the whereabouts of the discussions within the Social Democratic Party."
Meanwhile, Social Democratic Party Secretary-General Yoshida said, "We have confirmed that we will continue the discussions. We would like to draw conclusions in good faith."