OSAKA Ishin no To (Japan Innovation Party) leader and Osaka Mayor Toru Hashimoto said he feels it necessary for him to run in the Lower House election anticipated next month to realize his administrative realignment plan for the city and ... Japan Times, 1 week ago
Hashimoto finds it necessary to run in Lower House race - Japan Times, 1 week ago
Jiji Press Nippon Ishin no Kai (Japan Restoration Party) and Yui no To (Unity Party) merged to create a new opposition party at a meeting at a Tokyo hotel on Sunday. Ishin no Kai head Toru Hashimoto, who is also mayor of Osaka, and Yui no To chief ...The Japan News, 2 months ago New opposition party launched as Ishin no To Japan Times, 2 months ago
The Yomiuri Shimbun As Prime Minister Shinzo Abe reportedly is considering a dissolution of the House of Representatives soon, many lower house members were rushing to prepare for a snap election over the weekend in their constituencies. Since ...The Japan News, 1 week ago
The Yomiuri Shimbun Opposition parties should understand that realignments are not enough to win the hearts of the public. What they need to do is reinforce their foundation and make steady efforts in burnishing their policies. On Sunday, Nippon ...The Japan News, 2 months ago
The Yomiuri Shimbun The newly created opposition party Ishin no To (Restoration Party) aims to spearhead efforts to realign the opposition camp, but observers say its prospects for success remain unclear. The Sunday launch of Ishin no To came ...The Japan News, 2 months ago New party in Japan faces tough road to reshaping opposition Asiaone, 2 months ago
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