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The government on Tuesday decided to require senior officials to undergo training aimed at preventing sexual harassment and make such courses mandatory for promotion following a string of revelations of inappropriate behavior involving high-ranking bureaucrats.

Such programs are currently offered to newly promoted staff in supervisory roles, but a government panel headed by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has decided to expand their scope to include higher-ranking officials.

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