(For more on Japanese politics click on [ID:nPOLJP]) By Isabel Reynolds TOKYO, Nov 25 (Reuters) - A former aide to Japan's prime minister may soon be charged with falsifying political funding records, media reports say, a development that could damage the government ahead of a 2010 election for parliament's upper house. Here are some questions and answers about the allegations that have dogged Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama since before his Democratic Party toppled the long-ruling ...
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