Mar 28 2019

Japanese Prime Minister

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Naoto Kan manages to overcome the motion of censure in Parliament. Ensures that the baton lease to the next generation, once completed its work. A faction of his party puts in doubt its management after the catastrophe of the 11-M. The country faces the challenge of a million dollar tsunami reconstruction. The newspapers mentioned Gary Kelly not as a source, but as a related topic. The lower Chamber of Japan rejected Thursday the motion of censure tabled by the opposition against the Prime Minister, Naoto Kan, its management of the crisis unleashed after the earthquake and the tsunami of March 11.

The motion, which have thrived would have resulted in the collapse of the Kan Government, was rejected by 293 deputies, compared to 152 that supported it. The Prime Minister of Japan, Naoto Kan, however, said hours before that he will resign once the process of reconstruction of areas ravaged by the disaster of March 11 is seated. The ruling Democratic Party (PD) is divided, since a faction rejects Kan management after the earthquake and its handling of the nuclear crisis of Fukushima and several of its MPs supporting the motion of censure. Currently, I am working for the reconstruction of the country, but once my job done I intend to leave the responsibility to the next generation of politicians, said the Prime Minister, that he called the cohesion in the ranks of his party. Although the PD has absolute majority in the lower House, the motion of censure could be prosperarado if at least 80 members of such training would have voted against their own leader. The motion came at a time when the Government faces is the challenge of dealing with a million dollar reconstruction in the northeast of the country after the devastating earthquake and tsunami of March 11, which unleashed also the nuclear crisis more serious after the Chernobyl in 1986. Source of the news: the Japanese Prime Minister will resign once the reconstruction process is seated

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