- Scholars rejected from Japan’s scientific body states Suga’s action violated the law.
- The rejection is said to have violated the Constitution as well as the Act on the Science Council of Japan.
- The researchers voiced their opinion at the Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan in Tokyo's Chiyoda Ward.
- Administrative law professor Masanori a....
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