OSAKA — The Kinki Postal Administration Office in March paid for a meeting in Osaka of a group of special post office heads connected with an election violation case surrounding Kenji Koso, a newly elected House of Councilors lawmaker in the ruling Liberal Democratic Party, investigative sources said.

The office also paid for a business liaison conference for special post office heads that was held immediately after the private organization’s meeting, the sources said Thursday.

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