The Japanese Political System
- Extra Reading
How can a country be democratic when it has been ruled without interruption by a conservative party for over thirty years? Is parliamentary democracy as practiced in Japan a mere façade for oligarchic rule by the Japanese establishment? Sir Hugh Cortazzi considers these issues with reference to Japanese political and constitutional history.
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This event was on Wed, 05 Nov 1986
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