The Japanese Prime Minister, expected Tuesday in Washington, is weakened by a new scandal.
In Tokyo Shinzo Abe and Donald Trump will have at least one topic of common conversation: how to govern under a shower of scandals. The Prime Minister of Japan, expected Tuesday in Washington for a bilateral meeting, leaves the archipelago by no longer mastering the political agenda of the country. The opposition and a part of the media reproach him relentlessly scandals in which appears the hand of his relatives or his cabinet, and for which he denies any involvement.
Shinzo Abe seems to have abused a series of administrative reforms that preceded him and significantly strengthened the institutional power of his cabinet
Already weakened by charges relating to a real estate transaction that reappeared in March, Shinzo Abe …