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I feel that we must not be so hasty to abandon tradition and reform the government.
To the Most Honourable Lord Ito,
In light of your comments about the abandonment of tradition in the face of governmental reform, I remind you that there would be no greater abandonment of tradition and no more radical a governmental reform than the establishment of a federal Japanese state, along the lines which Lord Nishimura has advocated in the past.
Though ultimately the decision is yours, in light of the arguments put forth in your recent letter, I strongly urge you to reconsider your current course of action.
A clarification from The Kamikaze Party:
The party does not support or advocate Federalism. While it is true that I proposed a plan for a federal Japan in the constitutional convention, seeing the lack of support of the other members of the convention, and because our current constitution defines Japan as a unitary state, I have stopped supporting federalism. It was one of many possible ways to rebuild Japan, and now that we have decided on a certain way I do not see the need of supporting federalism.
((They were just used as an example. What naxhi did not put in was the second example which shows what happens in FPTP a lot of times.(I'm not sure how Qwerty got some of those figures. Are they just random?)