Nepotism allegations are latest setback for embattled Kishida

Prime Minister Fumio Kishida faces another setback after handing a key government post to his eldest son, with the opposition bloc castigating the appointment as nepotism.

Kishida’s administration has already been rocked by several controversies, such as his Liberal Democratic Party’s suspicious ties to the dubious Unification Church and the controversial state funeral of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who was killed by ball in July.

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