For the victory of the Restoration Association, the current ruling party, the Liberal Democratic Party, is relatively gratified. Since the Liberal Democratic Party hopes to discuss the revision of the constitution in the future, if we ignore issues such as the reconstruction of the Self-Defense Forces, including the resurgence of the epidemic, the threat of North Korea's nuclear weapons and the confrontation between the United States and China such as the Taiwan Strait, emergency response And so on, will be the focus of whether or not to amend the constitution. At the inauguration press conference on the evening of the 10th, Fumio Kishida also expressed his readiness for the revision of the constitution, saying, "In the outcome of this (House of Representatives), we will strengthen the internal party system and further arouse national debate. Let’s discuss together with more energy.
The debate in Congress and the understanding of the people are two wheels driven by the revision of the constitution. If the two sides cannot be integrated together, the car will not move forward.” If you want to amend the constitution, you must at least have the consent of more than two-thirds of the members of the Senate and the House of Representatives. At present, in the Senate, the Liberal Democratic Party and the Komei Party can still pass the coalition governance, but in the House of Representatives, this time the Liberal Democratic Party has 261 The combined number list seats and Komeito's 32 seats are still not enough. From this point of view, the Restoration Council of the third largest party is the key minority. After adding 41 seats, the threshold for constitutional amendment will be easily passed. In particular, the National Democratic Party, another opposition party, has also grown slightly this time, from 8 seats to 11 seats. The party also expresses concern about the revision of the constitution.
However, Kishida reiterated at the inauguration press conference that "it is not about how or how political parties should mediate, but how everyone should review and work together after setting goals." , will be a big challenge during Kishida's tenure. Photo Credit: AP / Dazhi Image Osaka: The area with the most homeless people in Japan When returning to the Restoration Association, this time, he was able to achieve a great victory in the election, and even won 15 seats in the old site of Osaka and an absolute advantage in the Kinki region. In terms of party votes, the Restoration Society has achieved a lot, and a big reason is that the Restoration Society's policies have largely captured the hearts of the poor local people in Osaka. In this election campaign, the Restoration Association put forward the so-called "Japan's Great Reform Plan", criticizing the concentration of resources outside Tokyo, and also demanding that low-income earners must have a guaranteed minimum monthly income, reduce consumption tax, and redistribute fairness. The availability of income.