The opposition Liberal Party has decided to specify its basic views on Japan’s Constitution by the end of the year as a step toward proposing a new Constitution for the country, party sources said Saturday.

The party plans to set forth its stance on 12 key areas, including the ideal state of the nation and the Emperor system, the sources said.

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