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LDP's Koike vows to dissolve metro assembly if she wins Tokyo governor race (2016/7/7)
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Koike, Masuda lead field in Tokyo race / Support split within ...

The Yomiuri Shimbun The leading candidates in the Tokyo gubernatorial election are former Defense Minister Yuriko Koike, 64, and former Internal Affairs and Communications Minister Hiroya Masuda, 64, according to analysis based on a Yomiuri Shimbun ... The Japan News, 14 hours ago
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Latest poll shows former minister Koike leading in Tokyo governor election race

Former Defense Minister Yuriko Koike is taking the upper hand in the race for Tokyo governor, followed by former internal affairs minister Hiroya Masuda and veteran journalist Shuntaro Torigoe, a Kyodo News survey showed Sunday. But the election ...
 Japan Times12 hours ago Former Defense Minister Yuriko Koike says she's ready to fight for Tokyo governor position  Japan Times2 weeks ago LDP's Koike to run for Tokyo governor even without party's support  Mainichi Daily News2 weeks ago Koike to run for Tokyo governor even without backing of local LDP chapter  Mainichi Daily News3 weeks ago
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Japan's ex-minister Koike leads race for Tokyo governor: survey

TOKYO, July 24 (Xinhua) -- Japan's former defense minister Yuriko Koike is having the upper hand over her rivals in the running for Tokyo governor even without the endorsement of her party, showed a survey on Sunday. Nearly 35 percent of ...
 Xinhua News Agency6 hours ago (Recast) Japan's ex-minister Koike leads race for Tokyo governor: survey  China.org.cn11 hours ago Let's Turn Tokyo Into Anime Land, Says Politician  NewsFlow246 days ago
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Koike, Torigoe leading Tokyo gubernatorial election race: poll

Former defense minister Yuriko Koike and veteran journalist Shuntaro Torigoe are leading the race to become Tokyo governor, with former internal affairs minister Hiroya Masuda in third place, a Kyodo News survey indicated Sunday. But the two-day ...
 Japan Today6 days ago Poll finds Koike, Torigoe leading Tokyo gubernatorial race, but 40% of voters undecided  Japan Times5 days ago

Brexit's lesson for Asia's democracies

By Yuriko Koike/Tokyo The United Kingdom, in voting to divorce the European Union, is steering the West into uncharted territory. Will the EU now unravel, as other populists and nationalists demand plebiscites on their respective countries ...
 Gulf Times3 weeks ago
Japan Times

Former LDP defense chief Koike goes rogue, announces bid to be Tokyo's first female governor

Former Defense Minister Yuriko Koike on Wednesday announced her intention to run in the Tokyo gubernatorial election slated for next month, an apparent act of defiance against the ruling Liberal Democratic Party's Tokyo chapter. If elected, Koike ...
 Japan Times3 weeks ago Former Minister Announces Bid to Be Tokyo's First Female Governor  Latin American Herald Tribune3 weeks ago

Obama at Hiroshima

By Yuriko Koike/Tokyo At a time when Donald Trump's indecency and vulgarity are distorting the world's view of America, Barack Obama's decision to become the first US president to visit Hiroshima demonstrates anew his own great personal dignity.
 Gulf Times2 months ago Obama at Hiroshima, a symbolic gesture  Gulf News1 month ago Trump's Nuke Comments Raise Questions Ahead of Obama Hiroshima Visit  Inside Sources1 month ago Barack Obama at Hiroshima  Japan Times2 months ago

Koike and Torigoe in tight race, Masuda a step behind in Tokyo governor election

Former Defense Minister Yuriko Koike and journalist Shuntaro Torigoe are neck and neck in the race to become Tokyo's next governor, with former internal affairs minister Hiroya Masuda trailing just behind, analysis of a July 16-17 Mainichi Shimbun ...
 Mainichi Daily News6 days ago
Japan Times

Koike makes official her bid to become Tokyo gov.

Jiji Press TOKYO (Jiji Press) — Former Defense Minister Yuriko Koike officially announced her bid to become Tokyo governor at a press conference Wednesday. The ruling Liberal Democratic Party, to which Koike belongs, remains undecided on which ...
 The Japan News2 weeks ago LDP's Tokyo chapter orders members to back Masuda in election or face expulsion (2016/7/13)  Mainichi Daily News1 week ago Crowded race for Tokyo gov.  The Japan News1 week ago LDP's Masuda gets official Tokyo gubernatorial nod as former commentator Koga weighs DP bid  Japan Times1 week ago
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Ruling bloc catches up in Tokyo gov. race / Opposition parties feel a sense of crisis

The Yomiuri Shimbun Both the ruling and opposition parties are trying their best to gather more support in the belief that it is still possible to beat former Defense Minister Yuriko Koike in the Tokyo gubernatorial election. According to a ...
 The Japan News12 hours ago Voters must take stock of concrete policies in Tokyo gubernatorial poll  The Japan News2 days ago The election showdown in Tokyo  Japan Times4 days ago Tokyo governor candidates begin campaign speeches amid ruling party split (2016/7/14)  Mainichi Daily News1 week ago
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