The Democratic Party of Japan will soon draw up a plan for changing the way that pay for national civil servants is determined and for cutting the number of bureaucrats as well, party officials said Sunday.
The party is looking to fulfill a campaign election pledge to cut ¥1.1 trillion from civil servants’ pay by fiscal 2013, the officials said.
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