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EDITORIAL: Latest Diet session shows democracy failing in Japan:The Asahi Shimbun


The Diet, the nation’s lawmaking body defined by the Constitution as “the highest organ of state power,” is in an extremely wretched state.The regular Diet session that ended on July 22 painted a distressing picture of the nation’s democracy sinking deeper into a crisis created by the government’s corrosive political arrogance, a product of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s cynical abuse of his dominant power.During the six-month session, the ruling camp railroaded a string of controversial pieces of legislation through the Diet--legislation for “work style reform,” a revision to the Public Offices Election Law to increase the Upper House seats by six and the bill to promote integrated resorts featuring casinos.

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