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nndb revolving door of prime minister could be acting of the path into all day on Tuesday grabbing a rare second term as party chief means of staying in power until at least twenty eighteen army pensions keeping his focus on the economy chemical agent I will spread the sentiment of recovery throughout the country get rid of deflation and create growth in a strong economy reaching into the future , then I think popular support , but his efforts to beat up the Japanese military and restart nuclear reactors or Reuters Linda Sieg in Tokyo says most voters are still more concerned about putting food on the table he has of course between Arab his support decline given the controversy over security bills that could potentially thing Japanese troops fight overseas for the first time since World War two but and immediate issue dnmt , how that goes I think most people in general population also owners are primarily concerned with the state of the economy nnj , if I may hold on to power incoming and of his term he'll become Japan's third longest serving prime ministers since World War two