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2011/09/13 11:15 - Govt Going Into Diet Session With 'Sense Of Urgency': Fujimura

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

TOKYO (NQN)--The government and members of the cabinet will work with a sense of urgency in the extraordinary Diet session to be convened Tuesday, which will be the first parliamentary session for the government of Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda, Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura said the same day.

At a news conference after a cabinet meeting in the morning, the top government spokesman said he hopes opposition parties will be open to the ideas submitted by the ruling Democratic Party of Japan.

Fujimura said he is open to the idea of the ruling and opposition parties discussing possible changes to some of the plans with the aim of getting bills passed.

The ruling and opposition parties still remain divided over how long the upcoming extraordinary Diet session should continue.

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13 Sep, 2011

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