Japanese Senate panel reopens talks on constitutional amendment

16 November 2016
The Japanese parliament on Wednesday reopened a debate on the Constitution at an upper house panel, an essential step in Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s bid to achieve the first-ever amendment of the post-World War II supreme law. It is the first time that substantial discussions have taken place at a parliamentary panel on the Constitution since the July upper house election gave Abe’s ruling Libe[...] Read more here: Japan Today


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