New Socialist Party of Japan
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|Founded||March 3, 1996|
|Split from||Social Democratic Party|
The party has some similarities to the Japanese Communist Party. It says that people can have "freedom of thought and religious beliefs". A peaceful democratic revolution, peace, and human rights constitute what the party desires to be part of Japan's constitution. Another idea they support is direct democracy.
Another viewpoint that the party shares with the Japanese Communist Party, although slightly different,[clarification needed] is the belief Japan should completely stop using its nuclear power, so Japan can become a nation with "unarmed neutrality".
- 94045: Japan's Uncertain Political Transition
- Reed, Steven R. (2003). Japanese electoral politics: creating a new party system. Psychology Press. p. 77. ISBN 978-0-415-31140-3.
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- (Japanese) New Socialist Party of Japan
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