April 4, 2015 – “Japan’s parliament unlikely to pass resolution apologizing for past aggression” (Arirang)

“A Japanese daily is reporting that the country’s parliament is unlikely to pass a resolution repenting for Japan’s past aggressions on the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two.
A Japanese official told the Mainichi Shimbun that lawmakers are not expected to pass a resolution before Prime Minister Shinzo Abe releases his statement in August to mark the occasion.”