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What Next For Japan If Abe Decides To Say ‘Sayonara’? – Analysis

Eurasia Review Friday, 21 August 2020
What Next For Japan If Abe Decides To Say ‘Sayonara’? – AnalysisJapanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe underwent a medical check-up this week at Keio University Hospital in Tokyo amid concern about his health. Abe has been in office since 2012 and is Japan’s longest-serving prime minister. It is his second stint in the job; he resigned from his first term in 2007, after a year in power,...
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News video: Japan PM Abe in hospital again, sparking concern

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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has told reporters he wants to take care of his health and do his job, despite a visiting hospital for a second week. A top spokesman played down concerns and said the prime minister was "the same as usual." Adam Reed reports.

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