The Constitutional Review Board of the House of Representatives, which is the first in the current Diet, will be held on the 15th to resume deliberations on the amendment of the National Voting Law, which stipulates the procedure for amending the Constitution.
The Liberal Democratic Party and the Komeito Party want to vote next week with the aim of establishing it within the session, while the Constitutional Democratic Party is seeking further deliberation, and discussions are expected between the ruling and opposition parties.
Last year, when the House of Representatives Constitutional Review Board virtually deliberated on the amendment to the National Voting Law, the secretary-generals of the Liberal Democratic Party and the Constitutional Democratic Party agreed to reach "some conclusion" in the current Diet session. Handling is the focus of the second half of the Diet.
On the 15th, the Constitutional Review Board will be held for the first time in the current Diet session, and the deliberation of the amendment will be resumed, and the ruling and opposition parties will hold free discussions.
The Liberal Democratic Party and the Komeito Party have said that the discussions have been exhausted, and they are aiming for the establishment within the session, and considering that they will secure the deliberation time in the House of Councilors, they will not adopt the revised bill next week and will pass the House of Representatives. is.
On the other hand, the opposition party is calling for further deliberation, saying that the Constitutional Democratic Party needs careful discussions including advertising regulations, and the Communist Party is also opposed to the vote.
On the other hand, the Nippon Ishin no Kai and the Democratic Party for the People have insisted that a vote should be taken promptly, and it is expected that discussions will be held between the ruling and opposition parties over the decision of the amendment.