Almost half those planning to run in next month’s pivotal Upper House election oppose Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s push to revise the war-renouncing Constitution, a Kyodo News survey has found.
The survey also said more than 60 percent of the likely candidates for the July 10 contest believe revitalizing the economy should be the nation’s top priority.
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