Inquest sought in Osaka into decision not to indict Finance Ministry officials over document tampering

OSAKA – A group of citizens filed a petition with a prosecution inquest panel in Osaka on Tuesday to review prosecutors’ decision not to indict former and current Finance Ministry officials involved in the manipulation of official documents related to …
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