Japan Decrease Home chief denies doubtful ties with Unification Church

Japan’s Decrease Home chief on Tuesday denied accusations of inappropriate ties with the Unification Church, however refused to publicly focus on the problems surrounding the spiritual group which have dampened the recognition of Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s Cupboard.

On the second day of the odd parliamentary session that started Monday, Home of Representatives Speaker Hiroyuki Hosoda held talks with ruling and opposition lawmakers to reply questions on his connections with the Unification Church.

Hosoda, 78, who previously headed the most important intraparty faction inside the ruling Liberal Democratic Celebration, was quoted by the lawmakers as saying that he had not obtained any political requests from the spiritual group and that he doesn’t really feel “responsible.”

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