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Shinzo Abe's wife's name removed from documents on suspected cronyism scandal

Shinzo Abe's wife's name removed from documents on suspected cronyism scandal

Shinzo Abe's wife's name removed from documents on suspected cronyism scandal

The name of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's wife has been removed from documents regarding a suspected cronyism scandal, media say, as pressure mounts on the premier and his ally Finance Minister Taro Aso over a possible cover-up.

The opposition is calling for Finance Minister Taro Aso to resign

Abe denies favours, school operator chief arrested

Mr Abe has repeatedly denied he or his wife did favours for school operator Moritomo Gakuen, which bought the land, and has said he would resign if evidence was found that they had.

Source: www.abc.net.au
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