The government and ruling parties are aiming to pass a new bill to help victims of the former Unification Church during the current session of the Diet, and are considering whether there is room to respond to the amendments requested by the opposition parties.
In the Diet, the second supplementary budget for this year was passed on the 2nd, and with one week left until the end of the session on December 10th, the focus was on relieving the victims of the former Unification Church. It will be treated as a new bill to regulate donations.
Deliberations on the bill will begin on the 6th of next week, and the government and ruling parties are asking for cooperation to enact it within the session, saying that it reflects the requests of the opposition parties as much as possible.
In response, the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan and others pointed out that the bill lacks effectiveness and that cooperation is needed to be revised. I am looking for something to make it possible.
The government and ruling parties say it will be difficult to revise the main parts of the bill because of the rights guaranteed by the constitution, such as freedom of religion and property rights. , we are considering whether there is room for correction.
On the other hand, Secretary-General Motegi of the Liberal Democratic Party held a meeting with representatives of the Japan Restoration Party Baba in Tokyo on the night of the 2nd, and repeatedly asked for cooperation in the early enactment of the bill.
It seems that there is also an aim to check the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan, which is collaborating with the Japan Restoration Party, in dealing with the Diet.