Japan cabinet approves Emperor Akihito abdication bill

But current Japanese law has no provision for abdication … a problem thrust back into the limelight this week with news that Akihito’s eldest granddaughter will marry a commoner, after which she must leave the royal family. There are only four heirs …
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