Japan PM says he will initiate debate on new constitution

TOKYO – Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has pledged to initiate debate in parliament on revising the country’s U.S.-drafted constitution. The democratic and pacifist charter took effect 70 years ago on May 3. Abe, attending an annual rally on revising …
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