The party's English name was changed from the Japan Socialist Party to the Social Democratic Party of Japan in 1991.
What does SDJP stand for?
SDJP stands for Social Democratic Party of Japan
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Meanwhile, Mizuho Fukushima, a Cabinet member and leader of the Social Democratic Party of Japan that partners the DPJ and PNP in the government, reiterated her endorsement of the proposed legislation.
Polls in which more than 50 percent of respondents declared themselves to be floating voters have emerged since former Prime Minister Tomiichi Murayama's coalition government of the LDP, the Social Democratic Party of Japan and New Party Sakigake was formed in 1994, amid times of political turmoil, deadlocked administrations and an absence of reliable political parties.
Known as a key mediator among DPJ members who once had links with the Social Democratic Party of Japan, Yokomichi, 68, represents a constituency in Hokkaido where he was governor for 12 years from 1983 after serving five terms in the lower house as a lawmaker of the now-defunct party.
Minshuto is a mixed bag, made up of a wide variety of lawmakers with widely diverse backgrounds, some from the Liberal Democratic Party, some from the former Social Democratic Party of Japan.
The Japanese Communist Party had nine seats at the time of the dissolution and the Social Democratic Party of Japan six seats, but the two parties criticized both the LDP and the DPJ for their drive to amend the Constitution and raise the consumption tax.