Post-independence constitutional changes.

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University of London. Institute of Commonwealth Studies
SeriesCollected seminar papers -- No. 5
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The postwar constitution changed the way the Japanese were governed and also spurred social change. Some of the biggest changes include the role of the emperor, the role of the military and use of. Like the per-independence constitution ofthe post independence constitution allows the federal government the power to declare a state of emergency in any part of the country.

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