Japan election: Why the ruling party keeps winning


Japan is headed for a general election on Sunday which is widely expected to keep Prime Minister Fumio Kishida in power.

His party, the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), has led Japan for most of the last 65 years.

Tokyo correspondent Rupert Wingfield-Hayes explains how it manages to keep its grip on power.

Video by Jiro Akiba. Produced by Chika Nakayama.

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