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Hatoyama steps down
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승인 2010.06.12  21:34:06
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Days after taking part in a trilateral summit on Jeju Island between Korea, China and Japan, Yukio Hatoyama resigned as Japanese prime minister, citing his failure to honor election promises. Hatoyama had won a sweeping victory nine months earlier but did not fulfill a pledge to move a U.S. military base off Okinawa Island.

He is succeeded by Naoto Kan, who previously served as finance minister and deputy premier.


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