By NORIMITSU ONISHI
Published: July 31, 2007
Three of Japan’s five national newspapers also wrote that Mr. Abe had lost the popular mandate. The Asahi Shimbun urged Mr. Abe to step down, reporting that 56 percent of respondents in its exit polls said they wanted him to do so. The Nikkei and Mainichi both said he should dissolve the lower house and call a general election. The Yomiuri and Sankei said he should continue, but should make serious changes to his cabinet.
.....................Yomiuri.. Kyoudou.. Asahi,, Nikkey
Abe should continue..45%...,,..43.7%..,,.40%..,,.36%
Abe should resign....44%...,,..49.5%.,,..47%..,,.50%
Call by U.S. House for Sex Slavery Apology Angers Japan’s Leader
By NORIMITSU ONISHI Published: August 1, 2007
But nowhere in his article said Japanese leader was angered.
“The resolution’s approval was regrettable,” said Mr. Abe
“The 20th century was an era in which human rights were violated. I would like to make the 21st century into an era with no human rights violations.”
Gov't takes philosophical approach to U.S. resolution on WWII comfort women
I guess Onishi either hates Abe personally or has a political agenda.