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Article 67. Those already fixed expenditures based by the Constitution upon the powers appertaining to the Emperor, and such expenditures as may have arisen by the effect of law, or that appertain to the legal obligations of the Government, shall be neither rejected nor reduced by the Imperial Diet, without the concurrence of the Government. Article 68. In order to meet special requirements, the Government may ask the consent of the Imperial Diet to a certain amount as a Continuing Expenditure Fund, for a previously fixed number of years.
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. see also: Oda Nobunaga (pg. X), Imagawa Yoshimoto (pg. X), Azukizawa, Battle of (1564) (pg. X), Azukizaka, Battle of (1564) Took place in 1564. Tokugawa Ieyasu fought the Ikkō-ikki (pg. X). Baba Family – Buzen Province Baba Family Baba Nobufusa Baba Nobuharu Died 1582 37 Baba Nobukatsu Baba Nobukatsu Lived 1514 to 1575 Baba Nobushige Baba Tatsui Lived 15 May 1850 to 1 Nov.
Son of Ashikaga Yoshinori, who was the 6th Ashikaga Shogun. Yoshimasa was also known as Yoshishige. Yoshimasa was shōgun during the Ōnin War which ravaged Kyoto. He build the Ginkakuji. Ashikaga Yoshimitsu Lived 22 Aug. 1358 to 6 May 1408. Ruled 30 Dec. 1368 to 17 Dec. 1394. The 3rd Ashikaga Shogun. Son of Yoshiakira, the second shōgun. Ended the Nambokuchō War. Build the Kinkakuji. Ashikaga Yoshimochi Lived 12 Feb. 1386 to 18 Jan. 1428. Ruled 17 Dec. 1394 to 18 March 1423. The 4th Ashikaga shōgun.
An Encyclopedia of Japanese History by Chris Spackman