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Three potential candidates in the ruling Liberal Democratic Party’s Sept. 29 leadership election pushed to increase their support Sunday, outlining their policies and stances on certain issues.

On a YouTube program, Fumio Kishida, 64, former chairman of the LDP’s Policy Research Council, said, “I will put effort particularly into protecting basic values,” adding he planned to name an adviser to the prime minister on human rights issues.

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