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Tele interview: Prediction on party leader election

08-27-2010 18:48 BJT

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To talk more about Ichiro Ozawa's announcement to run for Party leader, we're joined on the phone with Associate Professor Gui Yongtao from Peking University. Thanks for joining us.

Q1: What's your take on the party room election to be held next month? How likely is it Ozawa will replace Naoto Kan?

Q2: If Ichiro Ozawa is elected, he will become Japan's sixth Prime Minister in three years. Why is there such regular turmoil at the top of politics in Japan?


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Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CNTV.CN

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