Matsui eyes second referendum on Osaka merger plan during nationwide elections in April ’19

OSAKA – Osaka Gov. Ichiro Matsui announced Monday that a second referendum on whether to merge Osaka’s wards might held during the nationwide local elections in April 2019, six months later than the governor and his supporters originally hoped for …
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