Predictions are that Abe's murder, driven by the shooter's hatred of the Unification Church, will continue to alter the Japanese media's view of religion.
Aimed at entities soliciting donations like the Unification Church, the law gives people being solicited time to fully consider their action before donating.
Constitutional guarantees on freedom of religion are collapsing as PM Kishida and the Diet follow Nara police, blaming the Unification Church for Abe's death.
Japan's geopolitical neighborhood faces a triple crisis, but most Diet members are focused on trivia instead of protecting the people and our homeland.
The ceremony includes a speech from Fumio Kishida, and the attendance of foreign leaders such as Kamala Harris, Antony Albanese and Narendra Modi.
While tourists arrive in Japan again, Shinzo Abe’s work also continues, edging Japan toward normalcy in foreign policy and pride in cultural heritage.
Shinzo Abe led the region into strategic diplomacy. It is shameful that opposition parties back home should attack the funeral plans to score political points.
Shinzo Abe’s quest for “normality” continues — in foreign policy, cultural pride, and possession of similar intelligence resources to other large democracies.
Tomohiro Tanaka addressed a press conference on whether Tetsuya Yamagami’s family history with the church was a factor in the assassination of Shinzo Abe.