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Studio interview: Power switch affects Japan's image

09-14-2010 09:40 BJT Special Report:DPJ Presidential Election |

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Now let's pick up on the DPJ election with our current affairs commentator Gregory Yingnien Tsang. Mr. Tsang,

Q1: Prime Minister Naoto Kan is popular with the general public, while his powerful challenger Ichiro Ozawa has deep support in Parliament. It's hard to predict who will be the winner, but do you think this power race will bring more difficulties to the party?

Q2: Over the past four years, Japanese politics has seen five rounds of power changes. In your opinion, how will the rapid power switch affect Japan's international image?


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Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CNTV.CN

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