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Kenta Izumi, one of the four candidates in the race to lead Japan’s top opposition party, expressed his readiness during a TV program Sunday to hold active parliamentary debates on the Constitution.

The other three candidates for the Nov. 30 election to pick the next leader of the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan indicated they would accept such debates in principle, but stressed the need to ensure the environment is right in order to hold careful discussions.

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