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70% of Japanese want PM to go

05-30-2011 16:27 BJT Special Report:9.0 Magnitude Earthquake Rocks Japan |

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A new survey shows seventy percent of Japanese voters want to get rid of Prime Minister Naoto Kan. The leader is likely to face a no-confidence vote as early as this week.

Kan is under fire for his handling of the humanitarian aid to victims of the twin disasters in March, which triggered the country's worst-ever nuclear crisis. Japan's biggest opposition Liberal Democratic Party said last week it would submit a no-confidence motion to parliament to force Naoto Kan to resign or call a snap election.

Editor:Xiong Qu |Source: CNTV.CN

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