Lawmakers’ ties to the controversial religious group known as the Unification Church will likely continue to cast a shadow over Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s new Cabinet, which was launched Wednesday.
With the administration seen facing difficulties sorting out the problem anytime soon, a former Cabinet minister said that public support for the Kishida Cabinet “is unlikely to go up.”
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Source: The Japan Times