Near the end, Aramaki made a deal with the Prime Minister to "sacrifice" Section 9 in exchange for the Ministry of Justice taking action against the Party Secretary-General. What I don't understand is why Section 9 had to be "sacrificed." The Prime Minister didn't want to disturb the Lower House elections, and the Ministry of Justice wanted credit for the prosecution, but all of this could have been achieved if Section 9 simply continued lying low and handed over their evidence and credit to the Ministry of Justice. What advantage was there in trying to eliminate Section 9?

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