The resolution to dismiss the chairman of the Legal Affairs Committee of the House of Representatives submitted by the opposition over the amendment of the Immigration Control and Refuge Law is scheduled to be voted at the plenary session on the 18th.

While the ruling party has rejected the resolution and wants to swiftly vote on the amendment, the opposition party has been demanding disclosure of footage of a Sri Lankan woman who died in the detention center, and the bargaining continues.

Amendments to the Immigration Control and Refuge Law, etc., to review the detention of foreigners, were generally agreed at the amendment talks between the ruling and opposition parties last week, but the situation inside the facility of a Sri Lankan woman who died in the detention facility. The opposition party submitted a resolution to dismiss the Liberal Democratic Party's righteous family, the chairman of the House of Representatives, in order to prevent the vote.



The dismissal resolution is scheduled to be voted at the plenary session of the House of Representatives on the afternoon of the 18th, and the ruling party has rejected it with a majority of opposition, and after the 19th, the legal committee wants to promptly vote on the amendment.



On the other hand, regarding the amendment proposal, the Nippon Ishin no Kai said that it is not desirable that the general agreement in the amendment talks between the ruling and opposition parties would be wasted, and that the amendment proposal should be submitted to reflect the content.



The Constitutional Democratic Party and others are indispensable to disclose the video to find out the truth about the death of a Sri Lankan woman, and unless at least shown to the bereaved families, they are still prepared to not accept the vote, and the ruling and opposition parties continue to bargain. I will.

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