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I'm just refreshing myself on the Japanese Constitution and, while their government isn't all that great in sustaining certain freedoms and rights quite often, I'm jealous of some of the terms:
"The people have the inalienable right to choose their public officials and to dismiss them.
"All public officials are servants of the whole community and not of any group thereof.
"Universal adult suffrage is guaranteed with regard to the election of public officials.