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UPDATE1: Japan’s antithesis Democratic Party kicks off 3-way care race

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13:32 2 Sep 2016

TOKYO, Sept. 2, Kyodo

Campaigning began Friday for a Democratic Party’s Sept. 15 care election, with a 3 purebred possibilities including one aiming to turn a initial lady to conduct a categorical antithesis celebration in Japan.

Both behaving personality Renho, 48, and former unfamiliar apportion Seiji Maehara, 54, announced in a corner radio coming Thursday night that they will take behind energy from Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Liberal Democratic Party and a bloc partner Komeito before a 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.

Lower residence lawmaker Yuichiro Tamaki, 47, entered a conflict Friday morning, presenting himself as an choice option.

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  • Japan's antithesis Democratic Party kicks off 3-way care race
  • Japan's antithesis Democratic Party kicks off 3-way care race
  • Japan's antithesis Democratic Party kicks off 3-way care race

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