Japan coalition partner urges PM to regain trust; constitution not a priority

TOKYO (Reuters) – The leader of the junior partner in Japan’s ruling coalition on Friday urged Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to focus on regaining public trust after a slide in his popularity, and said revising the pacifist constitution was not a priority for …
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