New rules on managing public documents take effect amid Moritomo scandal but critics demand more safeguards

But the Finance Ministry’s document-tampering scandal involving the massively discounted sale of a state land in Osaka to nationalist school operator Moritomo Gakuen has put pressure on the government to take additional measures. The government’s …
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