Who is the next prime minister of Japan? Abe: all members are post Abe

 Who is the next prime minister of Japan? Abe: all members are post Abe

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

Overseas, Dec. 5 (Xinhua) - Japans LDP president and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has not made a clear statement about his successor. On the 5th of this month, Abe convened several key members of the LDP to express his views on the successor.

Abe held talks in Tokyo with Japanese Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) chief of government affairs inspector Yasuo Kishida and former general minister shinko Noda on the evening of the 4th local time, the NHK reported Friday. Abe also told the attendees that all members are post Abe (Abes successor)..

According to Mr. Noda, Mr. Abe also pointed out in the talks that when there are a lot of problems at home and abroad, I have always been trying to keep my heart in my heart, and I hope you dont worry..

After the talks, Noda also told reporters that for the next LDP president election, I have failed twice in the past, so I want to make real efforts for the third time..

In addition, Prime Minister Shinzo Abes Cherry Blossom party was also called off as a result of the Japanese oppositions questioning of the public money hospitality to related households not long ago. In response, the Secretary General of all factions of the LDP also held a meeting in Tokyo on the evening of the 4th. Around the scandal of Cherry Blossom appreciation meeting, the participants put forward the opinion that Prime Minister Abe is introspecting. According to the past practice, we must also introspect.

On September 20, 2006, Abe was elected president of the LDP for the first time and Prime Minister of Japan in the same year, then resigned the following year. After many years of precipitation, Abe was re elected president of the LDP in September 2012 and prime minister in the same year, becoming the second Japanese political figure to worship the prime minister again after Yoshida. In 2015, Abe was re elected president of the LDP. In September 2018, he was re elected president of the LDP for a term ending in September 2021.

Not long ago, Abe, in an exclusive interview with the Japanese monthly literature and art spring and autumn, denied that he would once again compete for the post of president of the LDP. However, Abe also stressed that it is too early to confirm the next president of the party.

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