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Atagi Fuyuyasu Died 1564. Atagi Nobuyasu Atobe Katsusuke Lived 1529 to 1582. 36 Atsuji Sadahise Atsuji Sadahise Awaji Province The island of Awaji, between Honshū and Shikoku. Today it is part of Hyōgo Prefecture. see also: Hyōgo (pg. X), Ayukawa Kiyonaga Ayukawa Yoshisuke Lived 6 Nov. 1880 to 13 Feb. 1967. Also known as Aikawa Yoshisuke. A businessman (check that) and politician originally from Yamaguchi Prefecture. Azukizaka, Battle of (1542) Took place in 1542. Oda Nobuhide defeated Imagawa Yoshimoto.

Our Ministers of State, on Our behalf, shall be held responsible for the carrying out of the present Constitution, and Our present and future subjects shall forever assume the duty of allegiance to the present Constitution. I. THE EMPEROR Article 1. The Empire of Japan shall be reigned over and governed by a line of Emperors unbroken for ages eternal. 51 Constitution of 1889 Article 2. The Imperial Throne shall be succeeded to by Imperial male descendants, according to the provisions of the Imperial House Law.

2) He shall be permitted full opportunity to examine all witnesses, and he shall have the right of compulsory process for obtaining witnesses on his behalf at public expense. (3) At all times the accused shall have the assistance of competent counsel who shall, if the accused is unable to secure the same by his own efforts, be assigned to his use by the State. Article 38. No person shall be compelled to testify against himself. (2) Confession made under compulsion, torture or threat, or after prolonged arrest or detention shall not be admitted in evidence.

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