Elections in Japan Likely to End Decades of Rule by Centre-Right Party

by Benjamin Domenech on 9:34 am August 30, 2009

“Japan’s voters Sunday appear to have soundly rejected the ruling party that has set the nation’s course for more than half a century, according to media tallies, choosing instead an untested rival to grapple with a weakening economy and rapidly aging society.” Shifts happen when people can’t trust leadership, anywhere you are.

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