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Of the 12 lawmakers who submitted a joint petition Monday, however, Abe said his party will not readmit Takeo Hiranuma, a veteran lawmaker who refused to attach a written pledge to accept the LDP's conditions that include promising to support the privatization of Japan Post.
Abe defended the LDP's decision to readmit Eto, saying, ''It is natural to accept people whom I can trust.
9 percent said they do not back the LDP move to readmit the rebel lawmakers, underlining public disappointment with the about-face only 15 months after the party won an overwhelming victory for fighting those rebels in the House of Representatives election in September last year.
Neville Lawson, assistant director of education at RNIB, said: "We are obviously very disappointed that we cannot readmit our pupils for the start of the academic year.
She added: "I undertake this fast in the hope world leaders will call upon the government of Sudan to urgently readmit all of the expelled agencies.
Members of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's Cabinet basically welcomed Abe's decision to readmit so-called ''postal rebels'' to his ruling Liberal Democratic Party but some showed concern Tuesday that it will affect the Cabinet's approval rating.
BRITAIN may push for a deadline to be imposed on Saddam Hussein to readmit United Nations weapons inspectors.
In an emergency debate at Brighton, the Lib Dems were calling for Iraq to honour its pledge to readmit UN weapons inspectors unconditionally and without delay.
All Merseyside health authorities have to readmit more patients to hospital within 28 days of discharge than the national average of 6%.
Opposition parties on Monday blasted the decision by the ruling Liberal Democratic Party earlier in the day to readmit 11 independent lawmakers it ousted last year over a policy dispute, saying that anything goes with the dominant party.
Mr O'Brien, MP for North Warwickshire, said the international position would be "very different" if the Baghdad regime agreed to readmit United Nations weapons inspectors.