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Voting for governors, mayors held across Japan

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Good. Today's the last day we'll hear legalized blasting noise pollution.

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Vote for PEACE, PROSPERITY AND HAPPINESS agenda!!

Don't vote for the opposite please!!!

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Who votes doesn't understand the game and gives all authority away to a person you don't even know.

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Under Japan's Constitution, a prime minister has the final say on the dissolution of the lower house. The current four-year terms for lower house members expire in October 2025, unless Kishida opts to dissolve the chamber.

He only has the final say if he decides to call a snap election, otherwise, by law, he MUST call one prior to the expiration of their current terms!

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Tomorrow I will probably comment on results, but I can anticipate some great news.

Major defeat of the LDP in the prefecture of Nara, with the resounding victory of the opposition.

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