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Lone vote for woman lawmaker as PM was gesture of hope

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The day Japan has a female prime minister would be the day that I'd like to see but I won't hold my breath for it.

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The women of Japan, though disempowered provide an underpinning that tends to be more progressive than the batty fossilized minds of the aged males that run the government. If Japan has a viable future, it will not be propelled by the likes of Suga and his cronies who belong in the 16th century and act like daimyos from the Sengoku period. There is a generation of women on the rise who will not be kept under the thumb of atavistic dinosaurs who represent everything gone wrong over the past several decades.

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Why are others not voting???

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