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The Japanese government has issued a formal statement denying knowledge of rumors that the prime minister's official residence is haunted by ghosts. Shinzo Abe is yet to move into the dwelling five months after he assumed power in December, prompting lawmakers to question the new prime minister's thinking.
Since this is Abe's second spell in office after he resigned in 2007 amid illness and scandals, some have wondered if he had a bad experience last time he stayed at the residence. In a letter of inquiry, said the Asahi Shimbun, Ken Kagaya of the rival Democratic Party asked if ghosts are the reason Abe is yet to move in. The Cabinet issued a curt response saying that it was "unaware" of any such rumors.
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