No Favorite Emerges in Race for Japanese Premier
In the brief race to choose Japan's next prime minister, five candidates vied Sunday for support within the governing Democratic Party, but none of them appeared to have a decisive lead going into Monday's vote.
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Since: Aug 11
#1 Aug 29, 2011
Japan's ruling party has elected Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda as its new chief, paving the way for him to be the next prime minister and inherit the daunting task of recovering from the huge tsunami and nuclear crisis.
However, he is the man who has insisted that the Japanese parliament should create a large coalition government something like the government Japan had during World War II.
Japan is moving toward the place where it has once been cornered.
#2 Aug 29, 2011
F UCK U TERRORIST GANGSTERS DANISH KOREAN BAN Ki MOOOONNNN MARGETHE ...
NAN NING GO to HELL !
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