Political Standing Approval Rating Aso
I guess that’s the Japanese Prime Minister? Apparently he’s not doing very well.
Members of the Asō family have a great deal on their consciences (to the degree that they possess this particular feature) for the slave labour that went on in the family’s enterprises prior and during WW II, and Tarō has never renounced these deeds, rather, he has praised the manner in which Japan was previously governed. So few in Asia will be sad to see him go - but the question is, who will replace him ? Just when one thinks things can’t get worse, they often do, as any reader of King Lear should know….