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中国时间: 04:58 2016年12月08日星期四

双语新闻(2013年8月01日)


**日本副首相收回有关向纳粹学习的评论**

日本副首相麻生太郎收回了引发争论的评论,即东京在修正和平宪法问题上可以向纳粹德国学习。

麻生太郎星期四说,他对这番评论引起误解而感到遗憾,并向记者保证,他对纳粹政府持有“极其负面的看法”。

兼任财务大臣的麻生太郎星期一发表演讲时说,日本可以向纳粹学习一些策略。他表示,纳粹在别人觉察之前修正了德国宪法。

麻生太郎的这番评论受到日本邻国以及一些人权组织的广泛批评。

**Japan's Deputy PM Retracts Controversial Nazi Comment**

Japan's deputy prime minister has retracted controversial remarks in which he suggested Tokyo could learn a lesson from Nazi Germany in amending the Asian country's pacifist constitution.

Tara Aso said Thursday it is "regrettable" his remarks "led to a misunderstanding," assuring reporters that he holds an "extremely negative view" of the Nazi government.

Aso, who is also finance minister, said during a Monday speech Japan could "learn from the tactics" of the Nazis, whom he said were able to change the German constitution "before anyone knew."

The comment was widely criticized by Japan's neighbors and some human rights groups.

**预计津巴布韦周四公布部分选举结果**

津巴布韦选举事务官员说,预计星期四将公布部分选举结果。他们表示,这次选举是“自由和公正”的。

穆加贝总统和茨万吉拉伊总理都表示有信心赢得星期三的总统选举。茨万吉拉伊的民主变革联盟指责穆加贝操纵选举,而穆加贝对此予以否认。

津巴布韦选举委员会主席马卡劳说,目前正在清点选票,她相信选举是公正的。选举当局定于下星期一公布全部选举结果。

津巴布韦警方警告说,将逮捕任何发布非官方选票点算结果的人。

过去,在津巴布韦的选举监督团体曾根据投票站初步点算来公布独立计票结果。但星期三晚间,津巴布韦警方誓言镇压在本国选举委员会公布选举结果之前在网上发表选举结果的人。

**Partial Results Expected Thursday in Zimbabwe Election**

Zimbabwean election officials say they expect to announce partial results Thursday from an election they are calling "free and fair."

Both President Robert Mugabe and Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai have expressed confidence they will win Wednesday's presidential vote. Mr. Tsvangirai's MDC party has accused Mr. Mugabe of rigging the vote, which the president denies.
Rita Makarau, chairwoman of the Zimbabwe Election Commission, says votes are being counted and she believes the election was fair. The election authority has until next Monday to release full results.

Police in Zimbabwe have warned they will arrest anyone who gives unofficial vote tallies.

In the past, vote monitoring groups in Zimbabwe have issued independent tallies based on results from polling stations after preliminary counts. But late Wednesday, police vowed a crackdown that extends to the online publication of any results issued before the country's electoral commission does so.
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