By KAZUO IKEJIRI/ Staff Writer
July 11, 2022 at 01:23 JST
Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Sanae Takaichi, the policy chief of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party, place a flower next to the name of a successful LDP candidate in the July 10 Upper House election. (Koichi Ueda)
The prospect of a national referendum being held on revising the Constitution moved closer to reality after four parties in favor of amendment won enough seats in the July 10 Upper House election to forge the two-thirds majority needed in the chamber to initiate such momentous change. [Read More]
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