Democratic Party of Japan, which polls show is likely to win power in an election on Sunday, would aim to form a cabinet within three weeks so the new premier could attend a UN General Assembly meeting.
Japan's Yukio Hatoyama was elected prime minister and installed his new Cabinet Wednesday, promising to reinvigorate Japan's economy after more than 50 years of nearly unbroken rule by conservatives. Hurdles on Economy, US Ties Aso Resigns Full Coverage