Japan parties launch internet campaigns

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

    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.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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