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The Legacy Of Shinzo Abe

William Pesek, Columnist, Nikkei Asia

12-Jul-22 07:30

The Legacy Of Shinzo Abe

On the back of Shinzo Abe's shocking assasination, we discuss the ramification of his death and the legacy Japan's longest serving prime minister is leaving behind. William Pesek in Japan shares his views on this and thoughts on the recent upper house election results which saw the ruling conversative government take on a comfortable majority in parliament.

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Produced by: Sim Wie Boon

Presented by: Wong Shou Ning


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