Japan’s ruling Liberal Democratic Party has chosen former Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida as its new leader, setting him on the path to becoming the country’s next prime minister. Parliament is set to convene next Monday to elect a new prime minister, and Kishida is assured of victory because of his party’s majority in the legislature.
The man all but assured of becoming Japan’s next prime minister, Fumio Kishida, is an establishment pick who has sought to portray himself as more than just another colorless bureaucrat.
Fumio Kishida wins vote to become Japan’s ruling party leader and the country’s next prime minister.
What people are saying?
Helsingor When the New York Times says “bold solutions” they mean “mass immigration” and when they say “deep-rooted challenges” they mean they’re mad that Japan is going to continue being a real country instead of a dysfunctional multi-ethnic shopping mall like the United States.
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