Japan PM Shinzo Abe says his victory represents 'historic' public confidence in his policy decisions
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Monday said the ruling Liberal Democratic Party-Komeito blocs overwhelming victory in the general election represented a "historic" level of public confidence in his leadership
Most importantly, Japan and the region will see a continuation of policy from Tokyo
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is on track for a landslide win in Japan's upcoming election, the latest survey suggested on Monday, as a new party founded by Tokyo's popular governor loses momentum
Abe is considering calling a snap election as early as next month to take advantage of an uptick in approval ratings and disarray in the main opposition party, domestic media reported on Sunday.
Shinzo Abe's party suffered a significant defeat in the Tokyo Metropolitan assembly election on Sunday, signaling trouble ahead for the premier
Public support for the Abe administration is hovering around 50 percent, the lowest levels since he took power in December 2012.