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In pre-election struggle in Japan is in the lead correcting LDP

One week prior to 44 - h for post-war history of elections in the lower chamber of the Japanese parliament, appointed to September, 11th, is in the lead correcting Liberally - democratic party (LDP).

LDP can RCV the majority (240 plus 1 place, in former chamber - 212 places) in the House of Representatives EVN without the partner in party ruling coalition " New Komejto " (in former chamber - 34 places).

These are results opublikovanyh on Sunday of telephone surveys of the public opinion spent by the central newspapers " Asahi " " Jomiuri " " Majniti " and " Nihon kejdzaj " among 15 thousand respondents on all country.

Experts converge that the main oppositional Democratic party of Japan (DPJA) should face a rigid competition in individual districts, and it is not known, a leah can increase it number of the representatives (177 deputies at the moment of chamber dissolution) or, at least, to remain at the same level.

It is remarkable predicted uvedichenie representations in parliament of Communist party of Japan B4 10 - 11 deputies (in former chamber - 9 places).

At high interest to forthcoming elections many Japanese were not defined yet with the candidates for the parliament lower chamber that " can present in the election day many surprises " considers " Majniti ".

On individual districts about 40 %, and on " to proportional party lists " - about 30 % of respondents " yet have not solved " for whom will vote, informs " Nihon kejdzaj ".

" very much are interested in elections " 57 % of respondents (" Asahi ") And 77 % of the population intend to come on polling districts, writes " Jomiuri ".

Polls of all newspapers have shown that, unlike the previous elections, LDP support in cities, in particular - in capital region in spite of the fact that the village always was considered as the main selective base of party in power, " more actively; delivering " to it of a voice on elections. DPJA this time could not achieve considerable support of townspeople.

the Upper chamber of Japanese parliament has rejected on August, 8th a package from six bills, called to privatise system of Japanese post service. Actually it had been expressed a vote of no confidence to prime minister Koidzumi, therefore it has used the constitutional law to dismiss the lower chamber and has appointed extraordinary elections.

Failure of the prime minister at voting has been called first of all by that many deputies of the upper chamber from party in power voted against.