A revision of the law on the handling of political funds is set to clear the Lower House in a vote Tuesday following one more committee session.

Ruling and opposition parties on Monday morning agreed to hold the vote on the revisions on Tuesday. On Friday, the Liberal Democratic Party, its junior coalition partner Komeito and opposition party Nippon Ishin no Kai struck a deal over the reforms, after the LDP offered compromises in a bid to expedite parliamentary debate.

Prime Minister Fumio Kishida will take part in questioning at the political funds committee session, a condition the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan (CDP) placed on agreeing to an early vote.