The ruling Liberal Democratic Party on Thursday unveiled a campaign platform for the Upper House election that largely regurgitates previously announced economic plans and fails to specify its agenda for revising the war-renouncing Constitution.

The platform was released 20 days later than its originally scheduled date of May 31. While many party members demanded that it be unveiled on time, LDP policy chief Sanae Takaichi pushed for including the package of fanciful growth strategies and economic policies touted earlier this month.

The platform states that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's "three arrows" of aggressive monetary easing, heavy fiscal spending and a growth centered on structural reforms and tax breaks, have cleared away the nation's dark economic sentiment, although the recent optimism has been offset somewhat by weeks of jarring volatility in the markets.