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The Japan Association of National Universities said Monday special laws should be established that set various conditions if national universities are to be converted into independent public corporations as proposed by the government.

In an interim report made by the association’s first standing committee, the JANU reiterated its opposition to the idea of turning national universities into public corporations as part of Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi’s administrative reform plan.

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