Japanese media: Shigeru Shige withdrew from the Liberal Democratic Party’s presidential election campaign to support Taro Kono-International-Liberty Times Electronic News

September 14, 2021 by archyde

“Kyodo News Agency” pointed out that the former secretary general of the Liberal Democratic Party Ishibashi (pictured) will give up the opportunity to run for party president this time and support Kono Taro instead. (Photo by Reuters)

2021/09/14 19:33

[Instant News/Comprehensive Report]The Japanese media pointed out that the former chief secretary Shigeo Ishiba, who was originally interested in running for the president of the Liberal Democratic Party, has retired due to different opinions from his family. He will change to support the Minister of Administrative Innovation Taro Kono. (15) It was officially announced at the interim meeting of the Stone Breaking faction on the day.

Japan“Kyodo News”According to the report, Shi Po Shigeru first called on the Liberal Democratic Party to face the Wuhan pneumonia (new coronavirus disease, COVID-19) epidemic as one, but after Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga announced that he would not seek re-election, Shi Po Shigeru began seeking to stand for election. possibility.

However, because his own faction Shi Po faction (Shui Yue Hui) had different opinions on whether to compete for the position of president, Shi Po Mao thought that the chance of winning in the election was not great, so he expressed his thoughts of withdrawing to the people around him.

At present, a total of three people have confirmed their candidacy. They are former Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida, former Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Sanae Takaichi, and Taro Kono. Acting Liberal Democratic Party Secretary Nagano Seiko is also willing to compete, but she has not yet collected the 20 required for the entry threshold. Recommended by a fellow member of the party.

According to a poll conducted by Kyodo News earlier this month, Kono Taro received 31.9% support, and Shigeru Ishiba also had 26.6%.

Since the Liberal Democratic Party is the majority party in the Japanese Diet, the new Liberal Democratic Party president became the prime minister of Japan after he took office.

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