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Opposition party refuses to go to court on 22nd | Reuters


The ruling Justice and Development Party's lower house of parliamentary members of the opposition party agreed on the 20th that they could not hold a constitutional trial on June 22, To the nearest ruling party. The opposition party leader Ikkuo Ikuo (Constitutional Democratic Party) said the reason for the intensification of the parliamentary workshop on the amendment bill, such as illegal immigration law, to reporters after the talks.

The ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) has been seeking to hold the first Constitutional Court trial on October 22, but it is highly likely to be suspended.

The constitutional review of the House of Representatives is regular on Thursday. The opposition Liberal Democratic Party 's Shimomura Haku Constitutional Revision Director General' s opposition to the "job abandonment" speech was not open.

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