Opposition submits no-confidence motion

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Jun 1, 2011 20:45 news
Three Japanese opposition parties have submitted a no-confidence motion against the Cabinet of Prime Minister Naoto Kan on Wednesday, June 1.(Japanese time)

They said that the cabinet has not proposed any concrete plans for this hardship, and it has been a great obstacle for reconstructing our country. They demanded Kan to "resign without a moment's delay."

Ugh I don't like this!!!
Why in the world would they have to think about whether Kan should resign or not, or who should be in the new cabinet, when we really have to reconstruct our country?

Talk about more urgent stuff, seriously, come on!

Let me talk about the reason why I don't think changing the leader will be a good idea.
Japan has had five prime ministers in these five years.
None of them made more than 370 days.
Even though Kan lacks leadership, I don't think other candidates are any better.
I cannot trust politicians who agrees to no-confidence motions.
They are just trying to make their positions better, not our country : (

They are going to take a vote tomorrow.

There's nothing I can do.
I'm going to shut up before I start to reveal that I actually don't know anything about politics lol
I just really hope that we can create plans to compensate people in damaged areas as soon as possible, and rebuild our messed up economy.

(I translated this news)