Democratic Party of Japan won a majority in something of a landslide.
http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/dy/editorial/2 … Y04303.htm
And Hatoyama Yukio is poised to be the new Prime Minister.
An untested party at the helm of the world's second largest economy - I sure hope they don't drop the ball.
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