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Tele interview: Will Japan have another short-lived PM?

08-29-2011 16:26 BJT

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As the voting continues, let's bring back Yoichi Shimatsu. He is the former editor of the Japan Times Weekly.

Q1: How effectively will the new leader tackle Japan's long list of economic woes while coping with the nuclear crisis?

Q2: No Japanese prime minister has lasted much more than a year in office since 2006. There are wide spread concerns that the new leader will also join the gallery of short-lived prime ministers. What's your take on that?

Q3: How will the constant political changes affect the country's reconstruction efforts and public confidence?


Editor:Zhang Dan |Source: CNTV.CN

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