Yuriko Koike’s Party of Hope loses steam two weeks before Japan election: Poll

The poll results are good news for Mr Abe, who is seeking a fresh mandate ahead of an LDP leadership vote next year that could put him in line to become Japan’s longest-serving prime minister. Ms Koike had launched Kibo no To (Party of Hope) last month …
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