Assemblies from Niigata to Tottori criticize handling of Moritomo probe as threat to democracy

OSAKA – Over a half dozen local governments have officially expressed concern with the way Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s government has handled revelations that the Finance Ministry deleted information on official documents related to the Moritomo Gakuen …
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