As for the amendment bills such as the Immigration Control Law, the opposition party submitted a resolution to dismiss the chairman of the legal affairs committee, and the vote was postponed on the 14th.
The ruling party has a policy of rejecting the resolution next week and will vote on the amendment, while the opposition party is also showing a willingness to submit a motion of no confidence against Justice Minister Uekawa, and the conflict is expected to intensify. ..
Amendments to the Immigration Control and Refuge Law, etc., to review the detention of foreigners, were discussed on the 14th, and although the amendments were generally agreed, the opposition party died in the detention facility. We asked for the disclosure of a video showing the situation in Japan, and did not agree.
In response to this, the ruling party was prepared to vote on the amendment at the Legal Committee of the House of Representatives, but the opposition party submitted a resolution to dismiss the Liberal Democratic Party's chairman, Yoshiie, in order to prevent the vote, and the vote was decided on the 14th. I was sent off.
The ruling party rejected the dismissal resolution at the plenary session of the House of Representatives on the 18th next week, considering that the end of the Diet session is approaching because no agreement was reached, and promptly voted on the amendment committee. It is a policy to do.
On the other hand, the opposition party has also shown a willingness to submit a motion of no confidence against Justice Minister Uekawa, saying that it is hindering the investigation of the truth about the problems that have arisen in the legal administration. It is also expected to strengthen.