Lower House Votes Down No-confidence Motion

Lower House votes down no-confidence motion

A no-confidence motion against the Cabinet of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been voted down in the lower chamber of the Diet.

The Lower House plenary session deliberated on Tuesday on the motion submitted jointly by four opposition parties and a group.

No-confidence Motion Submitted Against Abe Cabinet

No-confidence motion submitted against Abe Cabinet

Four Japanese opposition parties and a group jointly submitted a no-confidence motion against the Cabinet of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in the Lower House on Tuesday.

The ruling camp is expected to vote down the motion in the chamber's plenary session in the afternoon.

No-confidence Motion Presented Against Aso

No-confidence motion presented against Aso

Japanese opposition parties are ramping up their calls for Financial Services Minister Taro Aso to resign over his refusal to accept a controversial advisory panel report.

Five opposition blocs jointly introduced a no-confidence motion against Aso to the Lower House on Thursday. The move came after the opposition parties submitted a censure motion to the Upper House earlier in the day.

Asanoyama To Use Tourney Win To Build Confidence

Asanoyama to use tourney win to build confidence

Sumo wrestler Asanoyama says he will try to use his first tournament win to build his confidence.

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Opposition Parties Submit No-confidence Motion

Opposition parties submit no-confidence motion

Japan's opposition parties have jointly submitted a no-confidence motion against the labor minister in connection with faulty wage surveys.

Senior officials of the opposition camp, including the Constitutional Democratic Party, the Democratic Party For the People and the Japanese Communist Party, submitted the motion to the Lower House on Friday morning.

No-confidence Motion Voted Down

No-confidence motion voted down

Japan's Lower House has voted down a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's Cabinet. The motion was submitted by six opposition groups...and was seen as a last ditch effort to block the passage of a controversial casino bill.

Deliberations were held on Friday just 2 days before the current Diet session ends.

No-confidence Motion To Be Voted Down

No-confidence motion to be voted down

Japan's opposition parties jointly submitted a no-confidence motion against the Cabinet of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Friday morning. The motion will be put to a vote in a Lower House plenary session in the afternoon and is expected to be voted down.

The opposition camp submitted the motion amid a showdown between the governing and opposition parties before the current session of the Diet ends on Sunday.

No-confidence Motion Submitted To Lower House

No-confidence motion submitted to Lower House

Japan's opposition parties have jointly submitted a no-confidence motion against the Cabinet of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe before the current Diet session ends on Sunday.

The opposition camp, including the Constitutional Democratic Party, Democratic Party For the People and the Japanese Communist Party, submitted the no-confidence motion to the Lower House after a meeting of their leaders on Friday morning.

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