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Senior Japanese ruling party and opposition officials agreed Tuesday to reduce lawmakers’ salaries by 20 percent for a year as part of efforts to overcome the novel coronavirus crisis.

The accord was reached at a meeting between Hiroshi Moriyama, Diet affairs chief of the governing Liberal Democratic Party, and Jun Azumi, parliamentary affairs head of the main opposition Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan.

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