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Japanese Media: Tokyo Prosecutors Plan to File a Case with Secretary Abe on the Cherry Blossom Appreciation Meeting

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On September 14, in Tokyo, Japan, the then Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga (right) presented flowers to Shinzo Abe after being selected as the new president of the Democratic Party. (Pool pictures posted by Xinhua News Agency, photo by Hoshiko Yuichi)

Kyodo News Agency on December 3rd, regarding the question that former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was accused of filling the difference of more than 9 million yen ($90k) on the night before the “cherry appreciation party”, the Tokyo District Prosecutor’s Office’s Special Search Department basically decided to violate the Political Fund Regulation Law against Abe on suspicion of The first secretary of the public establishment filed a case.

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