Chief Cabinet Secretary Yasuo Fukuda hinted Thursday that the government may seek to alter the interpretation of part of the nation’s postwar Constitution.

His comments came during debate over what help Japan can extend to the United States, following this week’s devastating terrorist attacks.

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