Japan's DPJ Faces Election Defeat

The Democratic Party of Japan scored a historic win in 2009, finally breaking the more than five-decade stranglehold of the opposition Liberal Democrat Party. After three years in power, the DPJ has yet to convince the public it’s blazing a trail to revive Japan's struggling economy. Aika Nanao reports.

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