In Japan is gaining momentum major corruption scandal around Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Director of the nationalist school Yasunori Kawaoka and his organization Moritomo Gakuen bought government land for one-seventh of the assessed value of the parcel, according to public copies of sale of land.
The country's Parliament is now considering whether to use Karioke some politicians bending to the government, including Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to get a discount for Moritomo Gakuen to purchase land. Abe denies any connection with the sale of land and says he will resign if proven otherwise.
"I have no understanding of the details of what makes this school, he said at a session of Parliament in February. "I only briefly looked at their brochure". Abe's wife, Aki, was a prominent supporter of the school, serving as "guest of honour" to her abrupt resignation last month. Abe told Parliament in February that his wife resigned due to "various incidents", without going into details.
Yasunori Kawaoka, in turn, said that in 2015 the wife of the Prime Minister of the country donated 1 million yen (about 8 $ 900) for it. Shinzo Abe has previously said that his wife transferred money. Group Moritomo Gakuen refused to talk to CNN. Predstavitelia gave specific answers to the queries CNN, instead pointing to public comments made by the Prime Minister.
These charges to put pressure on opponents, Abe, who believe that the Prime Minister himself is too arrogant when it comes to the history of Japan.
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