The House of Councilors Cabinet Committee, which is deliberating a bill to establish a "Children's Family Agency" that will serve as a playmaker for children's policies, has agreed that the ruling and opposition parties will vote on the 9th.

The bill to establish the "Children's Family Agency" that passed the House of Representatives on the 17th of last month is currently being deliberated by the Cabinet Committee of the House of Councilors.

At the board meeting of the Cabinet Committee held on the 7th, the ruling and opposition parties agreed to pass the bill after asking questions for the attendance of Prime Minister Kishida at the committee meeting on the 9th.

In addition, it was agreed to vote on the bill submitted by the Liberal Democratic Party and the Komeito Party on the 9th, which stipulates the idea of ​​protecting children's rights.

As the end of the Diet session is approaching the 15th next week, the ruling party wants to swiftly pass the bill at the plenary session.