Unpopular Japanese PM to face fresh pressure

08:19, April 26, 2011      

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Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan raises his hand to answer a lawmaker's question at a budget committee meeting in the upper house of parliament in Tokyo April 25, 2011. Unpopular Japanese Prime Minister Kan is likely to face fresh pressure to quit after his ruling party's poor performance in local elections on Sunday, weakening his clout as he struggles to contain a nuclear crisis and find ways to finance rebuilding from a massive earthquake and tsunami. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)


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