Moves to oust Japan PM seen growing a...

Moves to oust Japan PM seen growing after Tokyo poll

There are 3 comments on the The Boston Globe story from Jul 10, 2009, titled Moves to oust Japan PM seen growing after Tokyo poll. In it, The Boston Globe reports that:

Moves to oust unpopular Prime Minister Taro Aso will intensify if, as many expect, his ruling bloc fares badly in a key local election on Sunday that is considered a bellwether for a coming national poll.

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Jessica

Clinton, OK

#1 Jul 10, 2009
What do they hope to accomplish? Abe lasted a yr. Fukuda lasted a year and now Aso the same?

The LDP won't last long if they can't pull something from their asses.
Lame Duck Party

Tagawa, Japan

#2 Jul 11, 2009
The LDP long since gave up any pretense of attempting to govern Japan. It's been a blockading band of privileged hacks intent on maintaining a crony-enforced status quo reflecting a perception of Japan's economy and society that disappeared over a decade ago.
Jessica

Clinton, OK

#3 Jul 12, 2009
Why was Koizumi so popular then?

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