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Breaking News: Japan’s governing party elected Fumio Kishida, a favorite with elite power brokers, as its leader. He is all but guaranteed to become prime minister.

 
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Japan's governing party elected Fumio Kishida, a favorite with elite power brokers, as its leader. He is all but guaranteed to become prime minister.

Wednesday, September 29, 2021 2:11 AM EST

By selecting Mr. Kishida, 64, a moderate party stalwart, in a runoff election for the leadership of the Liberal Democratic Party, the party's elites appeared to disregard the public's preferences and choose a candidate who offered little to distinguish himself from the unpopular departing prime minister, Yoshihide Suga.

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