A group of conservative lawmakers from Japan’s ruling Liberal Democratic Party held its first general meeting on Wednesday since its chairman, former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, was assassinated in July.
At the meeting, the group called Sosei Nippon confirmed that it would continue to hold study sessions to properly pass on Abe’s achievements as Prime Minister to future generations. It also decided to keep the post of chairman vacant for the time being.
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