According to the ruling, Muraoka conspired with Takigawa in March 2002 not to report to the internal affairs and communications minister the 100 million yen donation provided by the Japan Dental Association in violation of the Political Funds Control Law.
What does JDA stand for?
JDA stands for Japan Dental Association
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Samples in periodicals archive:
yen to Hashimoto in 2000 TOKYO - A former director of the Japan Dental Association on Wednesday testified in court that he gave 10 million yen to former Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto in 2000 as political donation.
The prosecutors indicted Muraoka for not including the donation by the Japan Dental Association (JDA) to Heisei Kenkyukai, a political organization of the Hashimoto faction, in its political fund report.
TOKYO, March 31 Kyodo Selected editorial excerpts from the Japanese press: MURAOKA RULING SHOWS MURKY SIDE OF POLITICS (The Daily Yomiuri as translated from the Yomiuri Shimbun) The Tokyo District Court on Thursday acquitted former Chief Cabinet Secretary Kanezo Muraoka of violating the Political Funds Control Law in connection with the 100 million yen illegal donation made by the Japan Dental Association to the Liberal Democratic Party's former Hashimoto faction.
Ex-dentist lobby exec gets suspended term for bribing panel members TOKYO - The Tokyo District Court sentenced Thursday a former executive of the scandal-tainted Japan Dental Association to one year in prison, suspended for three years, for bribing members of a government panel.
The prosecution alleges in the indictment that Muraoka conspired with Toshiyuki Takigawa, former treasurer of the faction, and decided in March 2002 not to report to authorities the 100 million yen donation provided by the Japan Dental Association in July 2001.
Opposition Democratic Party of Japan lawmakers and investigators have accused Hashimoto, former Chief Cabinet Secretary Kanezo Muraoka and several others of having concealed in 2002 a 100 million yen donation the Japan Dental Association gave to a Liberal Democratic Party faction headed by Hashimoto in 2001 that it should have reported to the government.
Hashimoto allegedly received the 100 million yen check from former Japan Dental Association chief Sadao Usuda at a meeting.