Prosecutors quizzed ex-bureaucrat over gov’t altered land sale papers

OSAKA (Kyodo) — Osaka prosecutors questioned a former Finance Ministry bureaucrat over the falsification of documents related to the sale of state land linked to cronyism allegations against Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, a source close to the matter said Monday.
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