Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is under intense pressure to overhaul his administration after two scandal-tainted aides were forced to resign in December. The trouble came only three months after he took office.
Abe’s influence could decline sharply, and the reform plans he inherited from predecessor Junichiro Koizumi could stall. His fate hangs in the balance.
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