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EDITORIAL / Noda should pick up the pace toward resolving thorny issues
The government must confront a mountain of difficult problems, including reconstruction from the Great East Japan Earthquake. Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda must step up efforts to unify opinions of the government and ruling parties as groundwork for ruling-opposition discussions.
When the House of Representatives Budget Committee convened on Monday, it was the first chance for a full-fledged Diet debate between the ruling and opposition parties since the launch of the Noda administration.
Like a cautious driver sticking to his lane, Noda gave cool-as-ice replies to …