Japan Prime Minister

Japan's Prime Minister, Yoshiro Mori, today faces a battle for political survival in Parliament. The opposition, backed by many members of his own ruling party, say they will submit a no-confidence motion to have him removed from office. NPR's Eric Weiner reports.



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