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Yoshide Suga Set to Become Japan's Next Prime Minister

NYTimes.com Monday, 14 September 2020 ()
Mr. Suga’s years as a shadow power in Japanese politics have made him a bit of a cipher. But his decisive victory in a party election demonstrated his formidable political skills.
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