NAGOYA – Aichi Gov. Hideaki Omura formally announced Monday that he will set up a regional political group to pursue decentralization of power and other changes with an eye on fielding candidates in the next general election.
The move is the latest in a wave of new parties sprouting up under populist local leaders seeking to challenge the central government.
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