At the secretary meeting of the Constitutional Review Board of the House of Representatives, the Liberal Democratic Party, the Komeito Party, and the Nippon Ishin no Kai confirmed their policy to hold a review meeting on the 8th next week to resume deliberations on the revision of the National Voting Law.
The Liberal Democratic Party and the Constitutional Democratic Party have agreed to reach "some conclusion" in the current Diet session regarding the amendment of the National Voting Law, which stipulates the procedure for amending the Constitution, and the handling is the focus of the latter half of the Diet.
The Constitutional Review Board of the House of Representatives, which is discussing the amendment, held a secretary meeting on the 2nd, attended by the Liberal Democratic Party, the Komeito Party, the Nippon Ishin no Kai, and the Democratic Party for the People, and the Constitutional Democratic Party and the Communist Party were absent.
In the discussions between the four parties, there was an opinion calling for a prompt vote on the amendment, and the examination committee will be held on the 8th next week to confirm the policy of resuming deliberations and to call on the Constitutional Democratic Party and the Communist Party to attend. ..
Former Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Shindo of the Liberal Democratic Party, who is the lead secretary of the ruling party, said, "I had to decide the policy only by the party I attended, but I would like to have the Constitutional Democratic Party and the Communist Party participate and make an effort to open it in a peaceful manner. ".
On the other hand, Mr. Soichiro Okuno of the Constitutional Democratic Party, who is the deputy secretary of the opposition side, said, "Although it is a tradition of the examination committee to decide by agreement of the ruling and opposition parties, it is regrettable that only some parties will proceed steadily, making our attendance more difficult. ".