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The opposition camp used Tuesday’s Diet session to issue fresh demands for both Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama and Democratic Party of Japan Secretary General Ichiro Ozawa to be grilled over their political money scandals.

“We are seeing an unprecedented situation,” Liberal Democratic Party Secretary General Tadamori Oshima told the Diet, referring to the arrests of former secretaries of both Hatoyama and Ozawa in connection with illegal transfers by their funding management organizations.

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