Japanese party leaders shore up campaign lines ahead of vote
As Sunday’s House of Councilors elections loom, with a solid lead in the polls for Japan’s ruling coalition, the leaders of major political parties are widely using a few choice phrases to make their case to voters across the country. country.
With finances tight amid rising prices, Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) leader and Prime Minister Fumio Kishida tells crowds his government has the skill to handle the problem, while the main opposition party, the Japan’s Constitutional Democratic Party (CDP), is urging voters to show their anger at the government’s response.
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