Justice Minister Yoko Kamikawa believes Japan’s justice and judicial systems need reforms to adapt to the changing times after recent years highlighted shortcomings in the ministry’s administration that have drawn public criticism in Japan and from abroad.
In her quest to change the status quo, Kamikawa, since reassuming her position as justice minister, has vowed to make the system “more familiar to the public.”
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