Abe is going to resign. What should the Japanese government do next?

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 Abe is going to resign. What should the Japanese government do next?


Shinzo Abe has basically decided to resign, according to Kyodo News Agency reported on the 28th. He thinks his health has deteriorated and it is difficult to continue to perform his duties as prime minister. About seven and a half years have passed since Abe took office for the second time in December 2012. He resigned as prime minister when he failed to realize the will to amend the Constitution and solve the problem of North Korea kidnapping Japanese citizens.

Kyodo news analysis novel coronavirus pneumonia, Andouble said that although the Japanese cabinet has the largest single emperor of the argument, but Andouble as prime minister in coping with the new crown pneumonia epidemic strategy lost direction, cabinet support rate showed a downward trend. The LDP will quickly hold a presidential election to elect a new president.

According to the previous reports of the surging news, many politicians have expressed their intention to run for the election of the LDP president in public. With the rumors of Abes health rising, all the competitors are rubbing their hands. In addition to expressing their political opinions in public and hoping to gain public support, they also meet frequently with the leaders of the LDP to win trust. Those who are interested in running for the election include former defense minister Shi Shimao, the current chairman of the Liberal Democratic Partys government affairs investigation committee, and the current defense minister, taro Kono.

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Japans LDP cadres also said that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, speaking of the reasons for his resignation at a cadre meeting held at the LDP headquarters on the 28th, said that due to illness, it is impossible to make a correct political judgment..

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Abe talked about the reasons for his resignation. The Russian ambassador responded to Abes resignation. How serious was the cause of Abes resignation? Abe said his resignation was like heartbreaking pain, and the former Foreign Minister of Japan intended to take over Abe