Japan Upper House Passes Noda Censure in Bid to Force ElectionIsabel Reynolds and Takashi Hirokawa
Japan’s opposition-dominated upper house of parliament passed a censure motion against Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda in a bid to force elections and delay the passage of a bill needed to finance government spending.
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