Japan opposition lawmakers look to pressure PM over school scandal

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese opposition lawmakers on Friday urged a former finance official to testify in parliament about a suspected cronyism scandal that could pose a risk to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s support and hurt his push to revise the pacifist …
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