‘Conspiracy bill’ draws backlash in Japan over state powers

Japan’s lower house has approved a bill that allows authorities to punish those found guilty of planning serious crimes. It has been called the “conspiracy bill” by critics who worry the bill expanding state powers could be used to undermine basic civil …
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