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Japan’s political parties need to discuss more about whether the country should take part in the U.N. nuclear weapons ban treaty as an observer, a member of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, or ICAN, said.

“All candidates should clarify their position and discuss (the matter),” Akira Kawasaki, a member of ICAN’s international steering committee, said in a recent interview, referring to the Oct. 31 general election.

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