Singapore cabinet reshuffle prime ministers popular successor job changes cited concern

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 Singapore cabinet reshuffle prime ministers popular successor job changes cited concern


According to the Lianhe Zaobao network 24, among the three leaders considered to be successors of the prime minister, the Minister of prime minister Chen Zhensheng will return to the core of the government and be the Minister of trade. Wang Ruijie and Wang Yikang remain in the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of education respectively, but the latter will dismantle the duties of the Ministry of national defense. In addition, in the cabinet reshuffle, the younger generation has also become a trend. Three senior minister Lin Xunqiang (former trade minister of trade in charge of trade), Lin Ruisheng (former human minister) and Ya Guo (former Minister of communication and Journalism) unloaded the post of minister, and were taken over by members of the fourth generation leading group. According to the report, as Li Xianlong said earlier this year, he did not appoint a new deputy prime minister in the cabinet reshuffle, but the three potential prime ministers who have attracted much attention have been mobilized. Among them, Chen Zhensheng (48 years old), Minister of the prime ministers office and Secretary General of the national staff association, decided to leave the service for three years and be in charge of the heavyweight Department of the Ministry of trade and labor. At present, Lin Xunqiang, Minister of trade and industry, is stepping down. Chen Zhensheng will also take over the public service department under the premiers office, which is currently headed by Deputy Prime Minister and national security co ordination minister, Zhang Zhixian. In addition, Chen Zhen Sheng continued to be the vice chairman of the peoples Association. In the past, this position was generally run by the Secretary General. The Ministry of education, Wang Yikang (48 years old) will be independent. The report said that as another Minister of education, Huang Zhiming (49 years old), was appointed Minister of the prime ministers office of the prime ministers office and expected to receive the post of General Secretary General in the near future, the Ministry of education, which had implemented the double length system in 2015, would be two in one. However, Wang Yikang will remove the second ministerial duties of the Ministry of defense in the cabinet reshuffle. This is Li Xianlongs fourth cabinet reshuffle in this administration. As the new appointment comes into effect in May 1st, the age of cabinet ministers will be reduced from 56 to 55. It is more important to note that the fourth generation of leaders in the cabinet are over half of the reorganization. Reported that this change reflects the leadership of the countrys younger and updated. Li Xianlong, 66, is the third prime minister since Singapores independence. He said last year he would retire in a few years, and Singapore will hold a general election in early 2021. He also said his successor is likely to stand out from his current cabinet members. In August 2016, Li Xianlong almost collapsed when he was speaking at the Singapore National Day event. At present, Singapores next prime minister is receiving more and more attention. Reuters has reported that Singaporean political analysts believe that Wang Ruijie, Wang Yikang, Chen Zhensheng and others are the strong contenders of the next prime minister. The source of this article: surging news writer: Minami Hirohito responsible editor: Wang Zheng _NN7526 This is Li Xianlongs fourth cabinet reshuffle in this administration. As the new appointment comes into effect in May 1st, the age of cabinet ministers will be reduced from 56 to 55. It is more important to note that the fourth generation of leaders in the cabinet are over half of the reorganization. Reported that this change reflects the leadership of the countrys younger and updated. Li Xianlong, 66, is the third prime minister since Singapores independence. He said last year he would retire in a few years, and Singapore will hold a general election in early 2021. He also said his successor is likely to stand out from his current cabinet members. In August 2016, Li Xianlong almost collapsed when he was speaking at the Singapore National Day event. At present, Singapores next prime minister is receiving more and more attention. Reuters has reported that Singaporean political analysts believe that Wang Ruijie, Wang Yikang, Chen Zhensheng and others are the strong contenders of the next prime minister.