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The LDP aims to deceive the public by introducing these timeserving proposals, which do not have constitutional meaning, in order to revise the war-renouncing Article 9,'' the leading constitutional scholar suggested.
2) But they themselves are supported by a rearguard of fellow travelers, a far more numerous academic group whose defining characteristic is not fanaticism but timeserving timorousness.
And crikey, one or two spats aside, the Executive was shaping up to be a lot more useful dealing with the nitty gritty of life than all the government ministers of the last 25 years did, timeserving timewasters some of them were.