Japan’s Finance Ministry mulls punishments for Sagawa, other civil servants in Moritomo document-tampering scandal

The Finance Ministry is preparing to punish several former and current civil servants, including former National Tax Agency Commissioner Nobuhisa Sagawa, over the document falsification in the Moritomo Gakuen scandal linked to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and …
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