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Okinawa voters expected to turn backs on central govt despite China threat

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Voters in Okinawa are expected to re-elect their opposition-backed governor on Sunday. Rising tensions in the nearby waters have become a concern for the tropical prefecture. Prime Minister Fumio Kishida's ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) has pushed for increased defence spending.
Published 5 months ago · Okinawa, Japan

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Okinawa voters expected to turn backs on central govt despite China threat

Voters in Okinawa are expected to re-elect their opposition-backed governor on Sunday, turning their backs on Japan's central government and national ruling party despite being on the front lines should conflict with China erupt over Taiwan.

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Okinawa voters expected to turn backs on central govt despite China threat

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Okinawa voters expected to turn backs on central government despite China threat

Voters in Okinawa are expected to re-elect their opposition-backed governor on Sunday, turning their backs on Japan's central government and national ruling party despite being on the front lines should conflict with China erupt over Taiwan.

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Okinawa voters expected to turn backs on central gov't despite China threat

Voters in Okinawa are expected to re-elect their opposition-backed governor on Sunday, turning their backs on Japan's central government and national ruling party despite being on the front lines should conflict with China erupt over Taiwan. Rising tensions in the nearby waters have become a concern for the tropical prefecture,…

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Okinawa voters expected to turn backs on central govt despite China threat

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