The leaders of six opposition parties Friday agreed to form a united front in trying to prevent the ruling camp bulldozing two contentious security bills into law.
The government and the ruling bloc, which comprises the Liberal Democratic Party and Komeito, are aiming to have the bills passed by the Upper House as early as Sept. 14, without resorting to a second Lower House vote under a so-called 60-day rule on Diet votes.
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