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Diet Deliberations: House Of Representatives

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Diet deliberations of the SAPL began in an atmosphere of high tension and high expectations immediately after the bill was submitted to the Diet for its consideration and expected approval. Because of the importance and sensitivity of the SAPL, the Legal Affairs Committees of both House plenary and committee sessions conducted extensive hearings. The types of questions that would be raised about the SAPL by Committee members of both Houses would inevitably be quite similar. Therefore, rather than repeat the description and analysis of these two sets of hearings, the interpolation parts of these two Committee hearings are combined under "Topical Analysis" in this chapter and those issues specifically related to each Committee's jurisdictions are given under "Overview", Expert Hearings, and internal Committee activities leading to a vote.

Keywords: Criminal Code (CC); Diet deliberations; draft SAPL; House committee session; House of Representatives; House plenary session; Liberal Party



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