Japans chief cabinet secretary, Kan Yiwei, has won the support of the largest faction of the ruling party and has become a strong contender for the next prime minister, Reuters quoted NHK as saying on September 1.
Novel coronavirus pneumonia is widely believed to be the long-term deputy of Abe Shinzo, who is likely to adhere to the policy line set by Andouble, including the Andouble economics, which aims to revive the Japanese economy and maintain its economic operation during the new crown pneumonia outbreak.
A source told Reuters that although Kan has not publicly announced his candidacy for the LDP president, he has privately expressed his intention to run for office. In addition, according to media reports, Kan Yiwei will officially announce his candidacy on the 2nd.
After Abe, will Japan fall into the strange circle of short-lived Prime Minister again?
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who experienced heartbreaking pain, has been recorded in history with a long-term ruling record of 2803 days. When Abe opened his second term in December 2012, Japan has changed seven prime ministers in seven years. The speed of the change can be regarded as a world political scene. Therefore, there is a strange circle or curse of short-lived Prime Minister in Japan.
Its hard to remember a Japanese name. Sometimes, just remember the name of a prime minister, they change people.... In 2010, Brazils then President Lula made fun of the Asian countrys political turmoil. And Abes appearance made this fast rotating Japanese phase revolving door stop.