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The debate on constitutional revision is at a standstill despite Kishida’s commitments

The debate over a revision of Japan’s post-war constitution remains at a standstill as the country marks 77 years since the supreme law came into effect.

With less than two months to go before the close of the current session of parliament on June 23, there appears to be no chance that Prime Minister Fumio Kishida can implement reforms before the end of his term as president of the Liberal Democratic Party at the end of September, as he promised, unlikely. at best.

Following a massive slush fund scandal in which the LDP has become embroiled, lawmakers have turned all their attention to revising the Political Fund Control Law in an effort to tighten rules for handling political funds and increase transparency.

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