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      Continuing deliberation

      Continuing deliberationWhat is (Keizokushingi)?SessionAdopting the systemParliamentContinue to deliberate on matters that were not voted during the session in the next session.Diet of JapanWhen the term "examination" is used instead of "deliberation" as in the committee of, it is expressed as "continuous examination".In this article, the Japanese DietLocal councilWill be described as an example.

      Overview

      Principle of discontinuing the sessionUnder this, matters that were not voted during the session will be abolished (with some exceptions).However, if the deliberation is decided before the end of the session (in the case of the Japanese Diet, "examination during closing"), the proposal will not be abolished even after the end of the session, and the deliberation and examination will continue in the next session.

      In the case of the Japanese Diet, there is no system such as "a vote to allow the continuation to the next Diet (later session)", but "after the end of the current Diet, that is,ClosingThere is only a voting system that says, "Continue to be examined by the committee," and among the cases that were approved for examination during the closing, "Proposal" and "Punishment offenses"Diet Law Article 68Because it takes a two-step format (as a result, automatically) to be subject to deliberation / examination again at the post-meeting (continue), it is actually between a certain Diet (pre-meeting) and the post-meeting. Regardless of whether or not the examination has been conducted, the number of days (at least one day) required to be in the "closing state" is required.If the post-meeting is convened continuously on the day after the last day of the pre-meeting (if there is no closing day in between), the agenda that was not passed at the pre-meeting will not be passed. In principle, all disciplinary offenses will be abolished without continuing to the subsequent meeting. If there is one or more "non-legislative days" in between, even if the committee is not examined during the closing of the committee, "the period of closing" has passed. To meet the requirements of[1], The bill and the case of disciplinary offense will not be abolished and will be continued at a later meeting.

      In the target categories of deliberation, examination, investigation, etc. under the Diet Law, there are "cases" as major categories, and the details are "proposals", "petitions", "investigations on national affairs", and "disciplinary offenses".[2]And so on.According to the legal text, the subject of the closing examination under Article 47, Paragraph 2 is "a case specifically referred by a resolution of the House of Representatives (including a case of a disciplinary offense)".Main ConventionIt is possible to examine all matters during the closing period as long as there is a prior vote in, but Article 68 automatically applies to "continuation to the post-meeting". And "Punishment offenses"[3]Therefore, for example, "investigation on national affairs" and "petition" that are not included in it will continue until the closing examination stage as "a kind of project", and if any approval or adoption is reached, the report will be submitted at the beginning of the post-session. Although it remains as a record in the content, strictly speaking, the meanings of "closed examination" and "continuous examination", such as if the proposal is not approved or adopted even after the closing examination, it will be abolished at the same time as the convening of the post-session. There are differences in the subject.

      The local public body council (prefectural council) also has a system for examination during closing based on the Local Autonomy Law.

      Legal continuation case

      The Diet Law stipulates that the following cases should be continued to the post-meeting without a resolution of the examination during the closing period (even in the case of the above-mentioned continuous convocation without a blank period, the proposal will continue without being abolished).

      • All "Constitutional Amendment Drafts" (Article 102-9 of the Diet Act(Section 2 applied): Since the Constitutional Review Board itself can be opened during or during the closing of the session, it will automatically continue to the post-session regardless of the break of the session ("Continuation at the Post-Chain" below. The so-called "reset" of the pre- and post-discussion described in the "Examination" section is applied).
      • "Punishment offenses" that meet specific conditions (Article 121-2 of the Diet ActParagraphs 1 and 2 apply): The offense occurred for the last two days of the session (the last day or the day before) and did not reach the decision of the examination during the closing period (approved by the Disciplinary Committee but the plenary session) (Including those whose session ended during the above period and the conclusion of the House of Representatives was not reached), the examination itself cannot be conducted during the closing session, but it will be referred to the committee within 2 days of the convocation of the next meeting, or it will be submitted to a motion. can do.It is a provision that (re) referral is possible within 3 days instead of automatic continuation (if there is no referral, it will be abolished)."Punishment offenses" that do not meet this condition (before the day before the last day of the session) require a vote of examination during the closing session.

      The period during the closing period does not correspond to the "session period itself" in the narrow sense where the plenary session can be held, but it is not a blank period completely independent of the session, and when examinations and investigations are conducted during the closing period. In a broad sense, it is treated as belonging to the immediately preceding session.Since the closing examination of the punishment offense is limited to "the offense that occurred during the session", the "life extension of the punishment offense" by the continuous examination is limited to one time at the maximum (special case without the closing examination procedure). In the case of a disciplinary offense referred to at the next meeting, it cannot be subject to the next closing examination because it was a crime that occurred in the session before the "next meeting").

      Abolition by convention / precedent

      Even if the case is subject to continuous examination after the closing examination procedureLarge electionIf the composition of the House of Representatives changes after the above, it is customary to abolish the plan.In particular,House of Representatives general electionIf you go through, all the continuing projects of both houses will beHouse of Councilors ordinary electionIf the above is passed, the continuation projects of the House of Councilors will be abolished (there are exceptions for the House of Councilors).[4]).In the latter case, the House of Representatives will continue to work, but this includes not only those that have been continued by the House of Representatives, but also those that have been approved and sent by the House of Councilors and are being continued by the House of Representatives (once). Although the matter involves the vote of the House of Councilors, it is not affected by the abolition because the place where it actually exists is the House of Representatives).

      Background to the development of the Diet Law

      • May 1947, 5-Enforcement of the Diet Act along with the Constitution of Japan.Since the system for examination during the closing was established from the beginning, it was possible to examine during the closing immediately after the end of the session, but it did not continue to the post-session (the expression at this time is "Article 3". "Case", Article 47 is "Matter").
      • July 1948, 7-Due to the partial amendment of the Diet Act, the case of the closing examination is (automatically) treated as continuing to the post-meeting.Imperial AssemblyOf the eraLegislative chamber lawRestored to the same state as Articles 25 and 35).In addition, regarding the bills that were decided by the "Continuous Examination in the Post-Council", which will be described later, the provisions that clearly recognize the effectiveness of the bills were not prepared at this time, but due to the interpretation and operation (similar to the era after the later maintenance). ) It was treated as a survivor, although it required a reset of the pre- and post-congress.
      • March 1950, 3-Due to the partial amendment of the Diet Act, the expression in each paragraph of Article 18 was changed from "case" to "case", while in the proviso of Article 47, it became "proposal" in the legal text. The subject of the closing examination was limited (those that are not "proposals" can be submitted to the closing examination, but will not continue to the subsequent session).In addition, a clause has been put in place to recognize the validity of the resolution after the continuous examination by the House of Representatives (Article 68-83. However, due to the amendment that came into effect on August 4, 2007, the same Article is Article 8-7. Was carried down to).
      • June 1958, 6-With the enforcement of a partial amendment to the Diet Act, the case of disciplinary offenses has been newly included in the subject of the closing examination and also included in the continuation of the subsequent session.However, unlike the "proposal", which allows multiple decisions to be made during the closing examination (continuing over three or more sessions), the case of a disciplinary offense can only be submitted to the closing examination once (continued). You can do it for up to two sessions).
      • August 2007, 8-With the enforcement of a partial amendment to the Diet Act, the draft constitutional amendment was added to the cases subject to automatic post-meeting continuation (however, the actual application is after May 7, 2010).

      Continued examination in the post-chamber

      For bills that have been passed by the previous chamber and sent to the subsequent chamber, if they are passed during the same session (including extension), they will be approved there, and if an amended vote is passed, they will be circulated to the previous chamber to seek their consent. to go into.On the other hand, if a vote cannot be reached during the session of the House of Representatives, the examination will be conducted during the closing session, and if the subsequent meeting (not limited to the immediately following meeting) is passed (including amended voting), the bill will be submitted there. Is not passed (in the case of an amended vote, it is circulated to the preceding chamber), but according to the special provisions stipulated in Article 83-5 of the Diet Act, the bill is sent to the preceding chamber again and passed there (in effect). It is finally established after re-passing).In other words, if a certain bill is subject to continuous examination in the latter chamber, the progress and order of deliberation in each of the first and second chambers will not disappear in the record, but it is as if the latter chamber is new and the first chamber is new.・ Procedures will be required as if it were a post-chamber (hence, when re-transferring a bill from the post-chamber, it is not "circulation" or "return" but "sending" which is originally used only for the first relocation. The word is used as a formal one, but verbally, "resend" and "send again" are also used as de facto expressions).In this case, the deliberation / examination in the previous chamber (new / posterior chamber) will be a de facto re-deliberation / examination. In many cases, it is omitted and an early decision is made.

      In this way, "prolonging the life of agenda items by closing examination / continuing examination", which is specially recognized in the principle of discontinuing the session, is not a universal measure.For bills that must be deliberated continuously with other chambers, it is a requirement that the approval of the first chamber and the resolution of the second chamber (including all approvals, amendments, and vetos) be made within the same session. , As mentioned above, if you miss it, you will be required to reset the relationship between the pre- and post-congress.There is no legal limit to the number of times this "reset" can be made, and the same bill is passed after continuous deliberation by the subsequent chamber, and then passed by the previous chamber (new and subsequent chambers) that received the "sending". Therefore, there is an example in which the so-called "re-send" was performed twice, in which it became the new, new, and pre-chamber, and was "sent" to the post-chamber (new, new, and post-chamber) again.

      Proposals subject to so-called re-sending

      Agenda item nameDiet roundsDateParliamentSummary
      A bill to partially revise the Food Security Temporary Measures Law
      (5th Diet Cabinet Law No. 73)
      5th SpecialApril 1949, 5House of CouncilorsAmendment vote by Agriculture and Forestry Committee
      April 1949, 5Amendment vote sent to the House of Representatives as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      April 1949, 5House of RepresentativesDecision to review during closing
      6th ・ RinApril 1949, 11Approved by the Agriculture and Forestry Committee
      April 1949, 11Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Councilors
      April 1949, 12House of CouncilorsNot completed by the Agriculture and Forestry Committee, abandoned
      Partial amendment of the Fisheries Law and the Fisheries Agency Establishment Law
      Bill (7th Diet Participation Law No. 5)
      7th ・ AlwaysApril 1950, 4House of CouncilorsPassed by the Fisheries Committee
      April 1950, 4Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Representatives
      April 1950, 5House of RepresentativesDecision to review during closing
      8th ・ RinApril 1950, 7Corrected vote by Fisheries Committee
      April 1950, 7Amendment vote sent to the House of Councilors as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      April 1950, 7House of CouncilorsNot completed by the Fisheries Committee, abandoned
      A bill to partially revise the horse racing law
      (8th Congregation Law No. 10)
      8th ・ RinApril 1950, 7House of RepresentativesApproved by the Agriculture and Forestry Committee
      April 1950, 7Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Councilors
      April 1950, 7House of CouncilorsDecision to review during closing
      9th ・ RinApril 1950, 12Approved by the Agriculture and Forestry Committee
      April 1950, 12Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Representatives
      House of RepresentativesApproved by the Agriculture and Forestry Committee
      Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      Part of the law on financial business by cooperatives
      Amendment bill (8th Congregation Law No. 12)
      8th ・ RinApril 1950, 7House of RepresentativesCorrected vote by the Okura Committee
      Amendment vote sent to the House of Councilors as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      House of CouncilorsDecision to review during closing
      9th ・ RinApril 1950, 12Passed by the Okura Committee
      April 1950, 12Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Representatives
      House of RepresentativesPassed by the Okura Committee
      Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      Corporate Rehabilitation Bill (10th Diet Cabinet Law No. 139)

      Bill to partially revise the Bankruptcy Law and the Peace Law
      (10th Diet Cabinet Law No. 141)
      10th ・ AlwaysApril 1951, 6House of RepresentativesDecision to review during closing
      11th ・ RinApril 1951, 8Decision to review during closing
      12th ・ RinApril 1951, 11Corrected vote (previous draft) and passed (second draft) by the Legal Committee
      April 1951, 11Amendment vote and approval, sent to the House of Councilors as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      April 1951, 11House of CouncilorsDecision to review during closing
      13th ・ AlwaysApril 1952, 5Corrected vote by the Legal Committee (individual vote)
      April 1952, 5Amendment vote (collective) sent to the House of Representatives as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      April 1952, 5House of RepresentativesPassed by the Legal Committee (individual vote)
      April 1952, 5Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      A bill to partially revise the Special Taxation Measures Law
      (10th Diet Cabinet Law No. 160)
      10th ・ AlwaysApril 1951, 5House of RepresentativesPassed by the Okura Committee
      April 1951, 5Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Councilors
      April 1951, 6House of CouncilorsDecision to review during closing
      11th ・ RinApril 1951, 8Decision to review during closing
      12th ・ RinApril 1951, 11Passed by the Okura Committee
      April 1951, 11Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Representatives
      April 1951, 11House of RepresentativesPassed by the Okura Committee
      Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      Amend some financial laws such as the Fiscal Law and the Accounting Law
      Bills such as (12th Diet Cabinet Law No. 53)
      12th ・ RinApril 1951, 11House of RepresentativesPassed by the Okura Committee
      Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Councilors
      April 1951, 11House of CouncilorsDecision to review during closing
      13th ・ AlwaysApril 1952, 2Corrected vote by the Okura Committee
      April 1952, 2Amendment vote sent to the House of Representatives as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      April 1952, 2House of RepresentativesPassed by the Okura Committee
      Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      A bill to partially revise the Japanese National Railways Law
      (16th Diet Participation Law No. 7)
      16th SpecialApril 1953, 7House of CouncilorsCorrected vote by Japan Transport Safety Board
      Amendment vote sent to the House of Representatives as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      April 1953, 8House of RepresentativesDecision to review during closing
      17th ・ RinApril 1953, 11Decision to review during closing
      18th ・ RinApril 1953, 12Decision to review during closing
      19th ・ AlwaysApril 1954, 6Decision to review during closing
      20th ・ RinApril 1954, 12Passed by Japan Transport Safety Board
      Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Councilors
      April 1954, 12House of CouncilorsPassed by Japan Transport Safety Board
      Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      Freezing and frost damage in April and May XNUMX
      Special measures regarding the accommodation of funds for damaged farmers
      Bill to amend part of the law
      (19th Congregation Law No. 51)
      19th ・ AlwaysApril 1954, 6House of RepresentativesApproved by the Agriculture and Forestry Committee
      April 1954, 6Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Councilors
      April 1954, 6House of CouncilorsDecision to review during closing
      20th ・ RinApril 1954, 12Amendment vote by Agriculture and Forestry Committee
      April 1954, 12Amendment vote sent to the House of Representatives as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      April 1954, 12House of RepresentativesApproved by the Agriculture and Forestry Committee
      Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      National Land Development Transit Expressway Construction Bill
      (22th Congregation Law No. 26)
      22th SpecialApril 1955, 7House of RepresentativesPassed by the construction committee (with incidental resolution)
      Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Councilors
      April 1955, 7House of CouncilorsDecision to review during closing
      23th ・ RinApril 1955, 12Decision to review during closing
      24th ・ AlwaysApril 1956, 4Corrected resolution by the construction committee (with incidental resolution)
      Amendment vote sent to the House of Representatives as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      April 1956, 6House of RepresentativesDecision to review during closing
      25th ・ RinApril 1956, 12Decision to review during closing
      26th ・ AlwaysApril 1957, 2Corrected vote by construction committee
      April 1957, 3Amendment vote sent to the House of Councilors as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      April 1957, 3House of CouncilorsPassed by the construction committee
      April 1957, 3Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      Gravel pit bill (22nd Congregation Law No. 43)22th SpecialApril 1955, 7House of RepresentativesPassed by the Chamber of Commerce
      Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Councilors
      April 1955, 7House of CouncilorsDecision to review during closing
      23th ・ RinApril 1955, 12Decision to review during closing
      24th ・ AlwaysApril 1956, 2Corrected resolution by the Chamber of Commerce (with incidental resolution)
      April 1956, 2Amendment vote sent to the House of Representatives as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      April 1956, 2House of RepresentativesPassed by the Chamber of Commerce
      Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      Bill to partially revise the Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Public Corporation Law
      (22th Congregation Law No. 46)
      22th SpecialApril 1955, 7House of RepresentativesVoted by the Communications Committee as a bill submitted by the chairman
      April 1955, 7Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Councilors
      April 1955, 7House of CouncilorsDecision to review during closing
      23th ・ RinApril 1955, 12Decision to review during closing
      24th ・ AlwaysApril 1956, 3Corrected vote by the Communications Committee
      April 1956, 3Amendment vote sent to the House of Representatives as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      House of RepresentativesPassed by the Communications Committee
      April 1956, 3Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      Temporary processing bill for leased land for requisitioned real estate
      (22th Congregation Law No. 54)
      22th SpecialApril 1955, 7House of RepresentativesPassed by the Legal Committee
      Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Councilors
      April 1955, 7House of CouncilorsDecision to review during closing
      23th ・ RinApril 1955, 12Decision to review during closing
      24th ・ AlwaysApril 1956, 5Corrected vote by the Legal Committee
      April 1956, 5Amendment vote sent to the House of Representatives as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      April 1956, 5House of RepresentativesPassed by the Legal Committee
      April 1956, 5Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      Measures bill for facilities such as social welfare business
      (22th Diet Participation Law No. 21)
      22th SpecialApril 1955, 7House of CouncilorsDecision to review during closing
      23th ・ RinApril 1955, 12Decision to review during closing
      24th ・ AlwaysApril 1956, 6Decision to review during closing
      25th ・ RinApril 1956, 12Decision to review during closing
      26th ・ AlwaysApril 1957, 4Passed by Social Labor Relations Commission
      April 1957, 4Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Representatives
      April 1957, 5House of RepresentativesDecision to review during closing
      27th ・ RinApril 1957, 11Decision to review during closing
      28th ・ AlwaysApril 1958, 4Passed by the Okura Committee
      April 1958, 4Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Councilors
      April 1958, 4House of CouncilorsPassed by Social Labor Relations Commission
      Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      Local financial reconstruction promotion special measures bill
      (22th Diet Cabinet Law No. 115)
      22th SpecialApril 1955, 7House of RepresentativesCorrected vote by local administrative committee
      April 1955, 7Amendment vote sent to the House of Councilors as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      April 1955, 7House of CouncilorsDecision to review during closing
      23th ・ RinApril 1955, 12Passed by the local administrative committee (with incidental resolution)
      Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Representatives
      April 1955, 12House of RepresentativesPassed by the local administrative committee
      Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      Bill to partially revise the Public Offices Election Act
      (23th Diet Participation Law No. 1)
      23th ・ RinApril 1955, 12House of CouncilorsVoted by the local administrative committee as a bill submitted by the chairman
      April 1955, 12Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Representatives
      April 1955, 12House of RepresentativesDecision to review during closing
      24th ・ AlwaysApril 1956, 2Amendment vote by the investigation special committee on the revision of the Public Offices Election Act
      April 1956, 3Amendment vote sent to the House of Councilors as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      April 1956, 3House of CouncilorsPassed by the local administrative committee
      April 1956, 3Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      Bill to partially revise the Parasitic Disease Prevention Law
      (24th Congregation Law No. 32)

      Bill to partially revise the Parasitic Disease Prevention Law
      (24th Congregation Law No. 49)
      24th ・ AlwaysApril 1956, 5House of RepresentativesThe Social Labor Relations Commission voted to revise the two proposals (surviving the People's Law No. 2)
      April 1956, 5Amendment vote sent to the House of Councilors as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      April 1956, 6House of CouncilorsDecision to review during closing
      25th ・ RinApril 1956, 11Passed by Social Labor Relations Commission
      April 1956, 11Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Representatives
      April 1956, 11House of RepresentativesPassed by Social Labor Relations Commission
      April 1956, 11Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      Bill to partially revise the Welfare Law for the Physically Handicapped
      (24th Diet Cabinet Law No. 115)

      Bill to partially revise the sexually transmitted disease prevention law, etc.
      (24th Diet Cabinet Law No. 116)
      24th ・ AlwaysApril 1956, 4House of RepresentativesPassed by the Social Labor Relations Commission (previous plan) and amended vote (second plan)
      April 1951, 5Approved and amended at the plenary session as reported by the chairman, sent to the House of Councilors
      April 1951, 6House of CouncilorsDecision to review during closing
      25th ・ RinApril 1951, 11Passed by Social Labor Relations Commission
      April 1951, 11Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Representatives
      April 1956, 11House of RepresentativesPassed by Social Labor Relations Commission
      April 1956, 11Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      A bill to partially revise the admission tax law
      (26th Congregation Law No. 20)
      26th ・ AlwaysApril 1957, 3House of RepresentativesVoted by the Okura Committee as a bill submitted by the chairman
      April 1957, 3Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Councilors
      April 1957, 5House of CouncilorsDecision to review during closing
      27th ・ RinApril 1957, 11Decision to review during closing
      28th ・ AlwaysApril 1958, 3Corrected resolution by the Okura Committee (with incidental resolution)
      Amendment vote sent to the House of Representatives as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      April 1958, 4House of RepresentativesPassed by the Okura Committee
      April 1958, 4Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      SME Group Bill (26th Diet Cabinet Law No. 130)

      Arrangement of related laws accompanying the enforcement of the SME Group Law, etc.
      Bill on (26th Diet Cabinet Law No. 152)

      A bill to partially revise the Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Cooperative Association Law
      (26th Congregation Law No. 36)
      26th ・ AlwaysApril 1957, 5House of RepresentativesThe Chamber of Commerce and Industry revised the two drafts of the Cabinet Law (individually voted. There is an incidental resolution in Cabinet Law No. 2)
      The Commerce and Industry Committee voted on one bill of the People's Law as a bill submitted by the chairman.
      As reported by the chairman at the plenary session, amended resolutions (2 drafts of the Cabinet Law) and approval (1 draft of the People's Law) are sent to the House of Councilors
      April 1957, 5House of CouncilorsDecision to review during closing
      27th ・ RinApril 1957, 11Passed by the Commerce and Industry Committee (Cabinet Law No. 130 has an incidental resolution)
      April 1957, 11Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Representatives
      House of RepresentativesPassed by the Chamber of Commerce
      April 1957, 11Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      Law Concerning Conservation of Liquor Tax and Liquor Industry Association, etc.
      Bill to revise a part
      (31th Diet Cabinet Law No. 178)
      31th ・ AlwaysApril 1959, 3House of RepresentativesPassed by the Okura Committee (with incidental resolution)
      Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Councilors
      April 1959, 5House of CouncilorsDecision to review during closing
      32th ・ RinApril 1959, 7Decision to review during closing
      33th ・ RinApril 1959, 11Corrected vote by the Okura Committee
      April 1959, 11Amendment vote sent to the House of Representatives as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      April 1959, 12House of RepresentativesPassed by the Okura Committee
      April 1959, 12Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      Concerning maintaining order to secure the right to deliberate in the Diet
      Legal case
      (33th Congregation Law No. 22)
      33th ・ RinApril 1959, 12House of RepresentativesPassed by the House Steering Committee
      Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Councilors
      April 1959, 12House of CouncilorsDecision to review during closing
      34th ・ AlwaysApril 1960, 3Passed by the House Steering Committee
      Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Representatives
      April 1960, 7House of RepresentativesDecision to review during closing
      35th ・ RinApril 1960, 7Decision to review during closing
      36th ・ RinApril 1960, 10Not completed by the House Steering Committee, abandoned
      Bill to partially revise the Kyushu Regional Development Promotion Law
      (34th Diet Cabinet Law No. 139)
      34th ・ AlwaysApril 1960, 7House of RepresentativesAmendment vote by National Land Development Special Committee
      April 1960, 7Amendment vote sent to the House of Councilors as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      House of CouncilorsDecision to review during closing
      35th ・ RinApril 1960, 7Passed by the construction committee (with incidental resolution)
      April 1960, 7Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Representatives
      House of RepresentativesApproved by the National Land Development Special Committee (with incidental resolution)
      Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      Bill to partially revise the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry Establishment Law
      (38th Diet Cabinet Law No. 109)
      38th ・ AlwaysApril 1961, 3House of RepresentativesPassed by the Cabinet Committee
      Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Councilors
      April 1961, 6House of CouncilorsDecision to review during closing
      39th ・ RinApril 1961, 10Corrected vote by the Cabinet Committee
      April 1961, 10Amendment vote sent to the House of Representatives as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      April 1961, 10House of RepresentativesPassed by the Cabinet Committee
      April 1961, 10Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      Regarding witness oaths and testimonies in the House of Representatives
      Bill to amend part of the law
      (140th Congregation Law No. 34)
      140th ・ AlwaysApril 1997, 6House of RepresentativesVoted by the House Steering Committee as a bill submitted by the chairman
      Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Councilors
      April 1997, 6House of CouncilorsDecision to review during closing
      141th ・ RinApril 1997, 12Decision to review during closing
      142th ・ AlwaysApril 1998, 6Corrected vote by the House Steering Committee
      Amendment vote sent to the House of Representatives as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      House of RepresentativesDecision to review during closing
      143th ・ RinApril 1998, 10Passed by the House Steering Committee
      Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Councilors
      April 1998, 10House of CouncilorsPassed by the House Steering Committee
      Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      Bill on implementation of sports promotion vote, etc.
      (140th Congregation Law No. 21)

      Partial amendment of the Japan Physical Education and School Health Center Law
      Bill (140th Congregation Law No. 22)

      Bill to partially revise the Sports Promotion Law
      (140th Congregation Law No. 23)
      140th ・ AlwaysApril 1997, 5House of RepresentativesPassed by the Education Committee
      April 1997, 5Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Councilors
      April 1997, 6House of CouncilorsDecision to review during closing
      141th ・ RinApril 1997, 12Decision to review during closing
      142th ・ AlwaysApril 1998, 3Amendment resolution (previous 2 proposals) and approval (rear 1 proposal) by the Education and Science Committee (all proposals have incidental resolutions)
      April 1998, 3Amendment vote and approval, sent to the House of Representatives as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      April 1998, 5House of RepresentativesPassed by the Education Committee (all proposals have ancillary resolutions)
      April 1998, 5Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      Part of the relevant law for organizing terms of mental retardation
      (142nd Diet Participation Law No. 5)
      142th ・ AlwaysApril 1998, 5House of CouncilorsVoted by the National Welfare Committee as a bill submitted by the chairman
      April 1998, 5Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Representatives
      April 1998, 6House of RepresentativesDecision to review during closing
      143th ・ RinApril 1998, 9Approved by the Welfare Committee
      April 1998, 9Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Councilors
      April 1998, 9House of CouncilorsPassed by the National Welfare Committee
      April 1998, 9Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      For prevention of infectious diseases and medical care for patients with infectious diseases
      Bill concerning (142nd Diet Cabinet Law No. 84)

      Partial amendment of the Quarantine Law and the Rabies Prevention Law
      Bill (142nd Diet Cabinet Law No. 85)
      142th ・ AlwaysApril 1998, 4House of CouncilorsAmended resolution (previous draft) and approval (second draft) by the National Welfare Committee (both proposals have incidental resolutions)
      Amendment vote and approval, sent to the House of Representatives as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      April 1998, 6House of RepresentativesDecision to review during closing
      143th ・ RinApril 1998, 9Amendment resolution (previous draft) and approval (second draft) by the Welfare Committee (both proposals have incidental resolutions)
      April 1998, 9Amendment vote and approval, sent to the House of Councilors as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      April 1998, 9House of CouncilorsPassed by the National Welfare Committee (both proposals have incidental resolutions)
      April 1998, 9Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      Bill to revise a part of civil law
      (145th Diet Cabinet Law No. 83)

      Bill on voluntary guardianship contract
      (145th Diet Cabinet Law No. 84)

      Relationship with the enforcement of the law that partially amends the Civil Code
      Bill on legislation, etc.
      (145th Diet Cabinet Law No. 85)

      Bill on guardianship registration, etc.
      (145th Diet Cabinet Law No. 86)
      145th ・ AlwaysApril 1999, 7House of RepresentativesPassed by the Legal Committee (Cabinet Law No. 83 has an incidental resolution)
      April 1999, 7Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Councilors
      April 1999, 8House of CouncilorsDecision to review during closing
      146th ・ RinApril 1999, 11Passed by the Legal Committee (all proposals have ancillary resolutions)
      April 1999, 11Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Representatives
      April 1999, 11House of RepresentativesPassed by the Legal Committee
      April 1999, 12Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      Bill to partially revise the National Pension Act, etc.
      (145th Diet Cabinet Law No. 118)

      Pension Investment Fund Bill
      (145th Diet Cabinet Law No. 119)

      For dissolution of pension welfare corporation and succession of business
      Bill concerning (145nd Diet Cabinet Law No. 120)
      145th ・ AlwaysApril 1999, 8House of RepresentativesDecision to review during closing
      146th ・ RinApril 1999, 12Amendment vote (previous 1 plan) and approval (rear 2 plans) by the Welfare Committee
      Amendment vote and approval, sent to the House of Councilors as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      April 1999, 12House of CouncilorsDecision to review during closing
      147th ・ AlwaysApril 2000, 3Corrected vote by the National Welfare Committee
      April 2000, 3Amendment vote sent to the House of Representatives as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      April 2000, 3House of RepresentativesApproved by the Welfare Committee
      April 2000, 3Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      A person who has committed a serious act of harm in a state such as loss of soul
      Bill on medical care and observation
      (154th Diet Cabinet Law No. 79)
      154th ・ AlwaysApril 2002, 7House of RepresentativesDecision to review during closing
      155th ・ RinApril 2002, 12Corrected vote by the Legal Committee
      April 2002, 12Amendment vote sent to the House of Councilors as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      April 2002, 12House of CouncilorsDecision to review during closing
      156th ・ AlwaysApril 2003, 6Corrected vote by the Legal Committee
      April 2003, 6Amendment vote sent to the House of Representatives as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      April 2003, 7House of RepresentativesPassed by the Legal Committee
      April 2003, 7Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      Partial amendment of the Social Worker and Care Worker Law, etc.
      Bill to be (166th Diet Cabinet Law No. 87)
      166th ・ AlwaysApril 2007, 4House of CouncilorsCorrected resolution by the Welfare and Labor Committee (with incidental resolution)
      April 2007, 4Amendment vote sent to the House of Representatives as reported by the chairman at the plenary session
      April 2007, 7House of RepresentativesDecision to review during closing
      167th ・ RinApril 2007, 8Decision to review during closing
      168th ・ RinApril 2007, 11Approved by the Welfare and Labor Committee (with incidental resolution)
      April 2007, 11Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Councilors
      April 2007, 11House of CouncilorsPassed by the Welfare and Labor Committee
      April 2007, 11Approved and approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman
      • The chairman's report at the meeting includes the deputy of the committee's directors (mainly the lead director).
      • The date of the agenda that has not been examined or abolished due to the end of the session is the date of the end of the session.
      • In the 26th Diet Cabinet Law No. 130 and No. 152, in the amendment of the House of Representatives, the part of the bill title "Small and Medium-sized Enterprises Organization Law" became "Act on Organization of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises Organizations", but in the Diet deliberations The original name of the agenda was used until the end.

      Proposals rejected after continuous examination by the House of Representatives

      Agenda item nameDiet roundsDateParliamentSummary
      Part of the law concerning financial business by cooperatives
      (16th Congregation Law No. 50)
      16th SpecialApril 1953, 7House of RepresentativesPassed by the Okura Committee (with incidental resolution)
      April 1953, 8Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Councilors
      April 1953, 8House of CouncilorsDecision to review during closing
      17th ・ RinApril 1953, 11Decision to review during closing
      18th ・ RinApril 1953, 12Decision to review during closing
      19th ・ AlwaysApril 1954, 5Veto by the Okura Committee
      April 1954, 6Rejected at plenary session, notified to the House of Representatives (draft)
      Farmer household income compensation bill
      (168th Diet Participation Law No. 6)
      168th ・ RinApril 2007, 11House of CouncilorsApproved by the Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Committee
      April 2007, 11Approved at the plenary session as reported by the chairman and sent to the House of Representatives
      April 2008, 1House of RepresentativesDecision to review during closing
      169th ・ AlwaysApril 2008, 5Veto by Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Committee
      April 2008, 5Rejected at plenary session, notified to the House of Councilors (discontinued)
      Afghani for the prevention and eradication of international terrorism
      Special Measures Bill for Stan Reconstruction Assistance, etc.
      (168th Diet Participation Law No. 13)
      168th ・ RinApril 2008, 1House of CouncilorsVeto by Foreign Defense Committee
      April 2008, 1Passed at plenary session and sent to the House of Representatives
      April 2008, 1House of RepresentativesDecision to review during closing
      169th ・ AlwaysApril 2008, 6Decision to review during closing
      170th ・ RinApril 2008, 10Prevention of international terrorism and Japan's cooperation support activities
      And special matters related to Iraqi humanitarian reconstruction support activities, etc.
      Rejected by the committee
      April 2008, 10Rejected at plenary session, notified to the House of Councilors (discontinued)
      • The bill number is stated in the House of Representatives method (in the case of the House of Councilors method, the "Cabinet Law No." remains the same, and the "House of Representatives Law" and "Participation Law No." become "People's No." and "Participation No.", respectively).
      • There are many proposals that have undergone continuous examination by the House of Councilors and have been abolished due to unfinished examination (including those associated with the dissolution of the House of Representatives and the re-election of the House of Councilors), but only these three cases have been abolished due to veto. is there.

      footnote

      1. ^ July 44, 07 ・ The House of Councilors Legal Affairs Bureau Director's reply at the House of Councilors Social Labor Relations Commission
      2. ^ The "case" in the main text of Article 68 of the Diet Act (the broadest "case" including undelivered cases) includes cases of disciplinary offenses,Article 47 of the lawSince the "case" in paragraph 1 is limited to "referred to", the "case of disciplinary offense" is not included.The law has a separate chapter called Chapter 15 for disciplinary offenses, and in Article 121, Paragraph 1, it directly gives the disciplinary committee a referral and examination service. , If it is included in the "consigned matter" ("project" in a narrower sense) of Article 47, Paragraph 1, it will not be included in the "project" here because it will be a double provision. On the premise that it is not included in the "case", it takes the form of "included in the case in the closing examination procedure" by setting "(including the case of disciplinary offense)".Until the 2th session of the Diet, there was a dispute over whether or not Article 28 would apply to punishment offenses, but at the time of the 68th session of the Diet, a revised law was enforced to improve the relevant provisions.
      3. ^ However, the "Draft Constitutional Amendment," which is a type of bill, can be opened by the Constitutional Review Board itself regardless of whether it is during the session or closing, so it will continue to the next session.
      4. ^ House of Councilors election in June 1971There is an example in which the Local Autonomy Law amendment bill was continuously examined by the Local Administrative Committee of the House of Councilors on May 5, ahead of the time.

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