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Japan parties launch internet campaigns

Political parties use apps and social media to connect with people for upcoming parliamentary polls.

Last Modified: 20 Jul 2013 06:41
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Japan is preparing for parliamentary elections, and for the first time, candidates are campaigning on the web.

It means many are getting a crash course in the politics of the internet.

Aljazeera's Rob McBride reports from Japanese capital, Tokyo.

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