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    After a scandal documents .. Japanese defense minister resigns

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    After a scandal documents .. Japanese defense minister resigns Empty After a scandal documents .. Japanese defense minister resigns

    Post by Rocky Fri 28 Jul 2017, 3:15 am


    After a scandal documents .. Japanese defense minister resigns



    28/07/2017


    Japanese Defense Minister Tomomi Inada said on Friday that she had resigned following a media scandal that suggested defense officials had tried to hide documents about Japanese peacekeepers being put at risk by the deteriorating security situation in southern Sudan..
    "In this regard, because of my position as secretary of defense, I have decided to resign," Enada said, adding that the request for resignation was submitted to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe today,"He said.
    Earlier, the Japanese Broadcasting Corporation announced that Defense Minister Tomomi Inada would resign after a series of errors and suspicion of covering up an incident that critics said contributed to the decline in the popularity of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

    Inada began an investigation in March of media reports that defense officials tried to hide records of the deteriorating security situation in southern Sudan, where Japanese troops are involved in a UN-led peacekeeping operation. Enada denied reports that she was directly involved in covering up the matter.

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