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In the specter of Shinzo Abe’s shocking assassination, the party to which he dedicated his life secured a resounding victory in this month’s Upper House election.

Now Fumio Kishida, Abe’s sometimes rival, long-serving foreign minister and now successor, must use his mandate to secure what Abe never could: the ruling Liberal Democratic Party’s long-held goal of constitutional reform.

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