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Faced with rising opposition forces, Abe's future looks unce

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Japan's political landscape is not expected to stabilize to suit Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's style of politics despite the Cabinet reshuffle on Aug 3. Support for his administration is not constant, although approval ratings have risen slightly.

Abe is becoming increasingly unpopular for his alleged involvement in scandals and his high-handed approach to important issues such as security-related legislation. While the Cabinet reshuffle has brought him some relief, big troubles remain. He is still embroiled in controversy for allegedly pressurizing the Ministry of Education to allow his friend Kotaro Kake to open a new veterinary school. Most of the people in Japan say Abe has not yet fully explained the issue in parliament.

Faced with rising opposition forces, Abe's future looks uncertain

The Ministry of Defense, under Tomomi Inada who resigned a week before Abe reshuffled the Cabinet, covered up Japan Ground Self-Defense Force's activities during a United Nations peacekeeping mission in South Sudan. The two houses of parliament held only ad hoc hearings on the scandal on Thursday as demanded by the opposition.

Faced with rising opposition forces, Abe's future looks uncertain

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