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The Sapporo High Court ruled Thursday that July’s Upper House election was in a “state of unconstitutionality” due to a disparity in the value of a vote between the most and least-populated constituencies, with some being worth up to three times more.

But the court rejected the demand of a voter in the city that election results in the Hokkaido district be nullified.

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