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JAPAN-POLITICS/PRINCESS
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October 02, 2014
Japan's Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Yuko Obuchi (2nd L) attends the lower house of parliament...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Yuko Obuchi (2nd L) attends the lower house of parliament...
Japan's Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Yuko Obuchi (2nd L) attends the lower house of parliament with Defence Minister and Minister In Charge of National Security Reform Akinori Eto (L), new Internal Affairs and Communications Minister Sanae Takaichi (2nd R) and Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida in Tokyo September 29, 2014. With a telegenic presence, powerful ruling party mentors and a talent for avoiding making political enemies, Obuchi may have what it takes to become the country's first female prime minister. In Tokyo's male-dominated corridors of power, where seniority still matters, Obuchi's gender and youth would in the past have made her a long-shot - at best - to succeed Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. But a shortage of popular male rivals and lingering doubts over the success of "Abenomics" mean the 40-year-old daughter of a prime minister is increasingly seen as a contender when her Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) goes shopping for a new leader. To match story JAPAN-POLITICS/PRINCESS Picture taken September 29, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
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