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Disgraced lawmaker closer to losing seat over election law violation

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will also be prohibited for five years from running in the same electoral district.

That means she can run in a different electoral district!!!!??? Banana Republic is the only thing that comes to mind.

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And what of her winter bonus?

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Wait! That's exactly the same pattern with the Abe-Sakurakai incident.

Top honor the principle of equality we'll have to take Abe's seat as well.

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Did she win by more than 14 votes?

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She will win her next election by a landslide.

If you are from a political family, there’s no way you can be kept out of Japanese politics. Japanese voters vote based on heritage and pretty much nothing else. These people are essentially nobility, and even better than old nobility, they always have fanatical support of the population and zero risk of revolts.

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“regrettable”

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