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Kosuke Uehara, a former National Land Agency chief and ex-Democratic Party of Japan lawmaker, has announced his retirement from politics.

“I decided . . . to call it quits as the end of the 20th century draws near. I would like to (concentrate on) training my successors,” Uehara told a news conference in Okinawa on Tuesday.

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