In its upcoming discussions on the imperial family, the ruling Liberal Democratic Party plans to put priority on securing a sufficient number of family members, sidestepping the sensitive topic of whether Japan should allow women to ascend to the throne.
At a meeting on Tuesday, the government briefed representatives of political parties on a recent report about stable imperial succession adopted by a government-appointed panel of experts.
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