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Tokyo, August 10 (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister, Fumio Kishida, reworked his government on Wednesday, while controversial links between the Church of Unification, or Sect Moon, and some of his ministers have emerged since the assassination of Shinzo Abe, causing the indignation of the population.

Some key members of the cabinet, such as foreign ministers and that of finance, have retained their post. But other important ministers have been dismissed, notably Shinzo Abe's younger brother, Nobuo Kishi, who was replaced by Yasukazu Hamada as Minister of Defense.

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Shinzo Abe was shot dead on July 8 by a man whose mother is a member of the Moon sect, a religious organization known for her mass marriages and the devotion of her followers.

According to the media, the murderer told the investigators that he was convinced that Shinzo Abe had promoted this Church to which his mother had paid ruinous donations.

These declarations highlighted the links between certain members of the Liberal Democratic Party (PLD), in power in Japan, and the Church of unification.

She held a press conference on Wednesday with the foreign media during which his local manager, Tomihiro Tanaka, said that the group did not ask for donations that its members could not afford to honor.

Fumio Kishida, who said he had no connection with the Unification Church, said on Tuesday that the new members of the cabinet and PLD officials should "carefully examine" their links with the band.

The reshuffle, initially scheduled for September, comes when support in favor of the Kishida government has fallen at its lowest level since taking office last October. (Report Elaine Lies and Yoshifumi Takemoto; French version Camille Raynaud and Valentine Baldassari, edited by Jean-Stéphane Brosse)

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