Are Japans rookie lawmakers being treated like kids where
Name tags on their chairs so their 'teachers' can take attendance; instructions on how to greet their elders politely; orders to turn up on time.
Rookie lawmakers in Japan's ruling Democratic Party are, critics say, being treated like first-grade students instead of a talent pool the government can draw on to tackle tough policy problems from a bulging debt to strained ties with Washington. (Reuters)
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