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The constitution imposed by the Allies. : It can't be helped. There was no one in Japan who could create a decent constitution. McArthur's GHQ was initially trying to get the Japanese to make a constitution. As they looked at the draft constitution drafted by the Japanese, they were so awful that they would make a minimal amendment and order Japan to "make this the constitution of Japan." There was no one in the Japanese who could create a decent constitution. The United States made such a constitution, thinking such a poor Japan. I think so. The fact that McArthur's judgment was correct has been proven in history. In the 70 years since the Constitution of Japan was enacted, there were nobody in Japan who could understand the constitution. As mentioned in past articles, the historical significance of the establishment of the Japanese Constitution is described in the preamble of the San Francisco Peace Treaty. The Allied Powers reviewed the
NO.014 Prime Minister Abe said, “It is the constitution that determines the state of the country.” The constitution does not determine the state of the country. The current parliamentarians don't understand the constitution. The state of the country is determined by the free choice of the sovereign. The constitution is a constraint on the state. ・・・ Theme label: No Japanese understood the Japanese constitution in the past 70 years, purpose of establishing the Japanese Constitution is described in the preamble of the SF Peace Treaty.
The constitution does not decide the state of the country. What decides the state of the country is the choice in the responsible free will of the sovereign. The sovereign himself analyzes the situation in real time and decides the policy in the responsibility of free will. The nation always walks through the history to the future, facing new situations. Today's situation is different from the past. The nation must continue to choose its own actions while gaining insights into the situation in real time. That is the job of the sovereign. There is no practical way other than that. The methods that Japanese parliamentarians do will not work effectively in practice. The method of presuming a case that may occur, deciding in advance the procedure for dealing with the case, legalizing it, and acting on the actual situation according to the procedure set forth in the law It does not work realistically. The Constitution is a constraint that allows a soverei