On November 14, DPJ Secretary General Yukio Edano held a special press conference at party headquarters. He commented on the proposed increase in the consumption tax rate to 10% scheduled to be implemented from October 2015 as stipulated in the ... Noodls, 4 weeks ago
Edano vows to fight the election viewing this as an opportunity to return as many of our colleagues as possible to the Diet - Noodls, 1 month ago
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OSAKA The Democratic Party of Japan, the nation's biggest opposition party, is not aiming for regime change in the Dec. 14 Lower House election, DPJ Secretary-General Yukio Edano told reporters Saturday. The DPJ instead hopes to increase its ...Japan Times, 2 weeks ago 2-party fight gives way to LDP vs. everyone else Nikkei Asian Review, 3 weeks ago Voice on Japanese opposition party's attack on Abe Global Times, 1 month ago
The opposition parties may have smelled blood over the recent Cabinet minister funding scandals, but they now have a spending irregularity of their own to deal with. Democratic Party of Japan Secretary-General Yukio Edano said Wednesday that one ...Japan Times, 1 month ago
The splintered opposition parties have been essentially powerless against the ruling coalition led by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in the two years since the 2012 poll. Last Sunday, they let the Liberal Democratic Party and its coalition partner ...Japan Times, 15 hours ago Opposition message changes, warns against huge ruling bloc The Japan News, 1 week ago
The main opposition Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) will choose a new leader at a meeting on Jan 18 to replace Banri Kaieda who lost his seat in last Sunday's lower house election. Kaieda, who led the DPJ to its third consecutive thrashing at the ...Japan Today, 2 days ago Former secretary-general Hosono to run for DPJ leader Japan Times, 2 days ago In the DPJ, no one steps up as leader Kaieda quits The Japan News, 3 days ago Kaieda intends to resign as DPJ leader after losing seat in election Nikkei Asian Review, 5 days ago
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TOKYO, Dec. 17 (Xinhua) -- Japan's major opposition Democratic Party will hold an election on Thursday to pick a successor to outgoing leader Banri Kaieda, it is reported Wednesday. Goshi Hosono, a 43-year-old former nuclear disaster minister, will ...Xinhua News Agency, 2 days ago DPJ to hold leadership election Jan. 18 Japan Times, 2 days ago XINHUA - Japan's Democratic Party to elect new leader Namibia Press Agency, 2 days ago
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News Desk The Yomiuri Shimbun Publication Date : 16-12-2014 Whether the Democratic Party of Japan will be able to reconstruct itself will most likely hinge on how the race to replace DPJ President Banri Kaieda turns out. Much ...Asia News Network, 3 days ago
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's ruling coalition won Japan's general election, media exit polls showed Sunday, in a landslide win that has seen the ruling coalition maintain its two-thirds majority in the lower house of parliament.
TOKYO, Dec. 15 (Xinhua) -- "We received a vote of confidence on the administration of the past two years," said Abe, describing the election as a referendum on "Abenomics" - the premiere's own aggressive blend of economic policies. The soon-to-be ...Xinhua News Agency, 5 days ago Roundup: Abe vows to carry out pledges, amend constitution after landslide election victory Individual.com, 5 days ago Abe vows to carry out pledges, amend constitution after landslide election victory Philippines Today, 4 days ago
(L) Liberal Democratic Party; (K) Komeito; (D) Democratic Party of Japan; (IS) Ishin no To; (JI) Jisedai no To; (JC) Japanese Communist Party; (SE) Seikatsu no To; (SD) Social Democratic Party; ( I ) Independent Touch swipe table right/left to ...Japan Times, 4 days ago Japan's ruling LDP wins victory in election China.org.cn, 4 days ago Abe tightens grip on power as ruling coalition wins 325 seats in Lower House election Japan Times, 5 days ago Abe's coalition wins landslide victory in Japan's election Xinhua News Agency, 5 days ago
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is a gambler, and he won again Sunday night. Based on early results, all media organizations predicted that his Liberal Democratic Party was likely to win around 300 of the Lower House's 475 seats, which would allow Abe ...Japan Times, 5 days ago
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