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Ex-defense minister Ishiba is people's choice for next Japan PM: Polls

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Ex-defense minister Ishiba is people's choice for next Japan PM: PollsShares Former Japanese Defense Minister Shigeru Ishiba is the most popular choice among the public to be the next prime minister, media opinion polls showed, as the race kicks off to succeed Shinzo Abe after his abrupt resignation last week. Ishiba has about 34% of the public's support, more than double the 14% for Chief Cabinet Secretary...
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