Japan does not need to revise its pacifist Constitution concerning its efforts in security affairs and should focus on international cooperation in nonmilitary areas, former Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa said Sunday.
In a panel discussion held at the University of Tokyo, he said amending war-renouncing Article 9 of the Constitution is not necessary, saying, “Conditions requiring such an amendment are not present.”
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