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Experts split on question of Japan emperor's abdication

One-time exception for the octogenarian Akihito also considered

TOKYO -- Constitutional and other scholars asked to weigh in on the issue of imperial abdication in Japan have conflicting views, but a slim majority favor the idea of allowing Emperor Akihito to relinquish the throne.

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