Yoshihide Suga plans to carry out Liberal Democratic Party personnel adjustments to launch an offensive for re-election as party president
China News Service, September 1, According to Kyodo News, Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga began discussions on August 31 and plans to implement top-level party personnel adjustments next week, including the replacement of Liberal Democratic Party Secretary-General Toshihiro Nikai. The campaign for the party president election (announcement on September 17 and voting on the 29th) was officially launched.
p >The picture shows the Prime Minister of Japan Yoshihide Suga.
It is reported that Yoshihide Suga personally launched a telephone offensive against members of Congress who are affiliated with the Liberal Democratic Party. About 10 members of a non-partisan group of senators close to Yoshihide Suga met in the Diet and confirmed their support for Yoshihide Suga’s re-election policy.
Fumio Kishida, the former chairman of the political investigation committee, told the press team about the presidential election that “in order to restore the trust of the party, it must be carried out upright,” and said that it should be implemented as planned. In addition to visiting the Liberal Democratic Party congressman’s office in the House of Representatives Hall, he also visited the Senate Secretary-General Hiroshige Seko in the House of Representatives to seek understanding of his own election.
In order to gain widespread support, Sanae Takaichi, the former minister of general affairs who intends to go out, appealed for cooperation “under the water”. Former Secretary General Ishiba Shigeo, who has attracted attention, exchanged opinions with surrounding people in the parliamentary office.
According to reports, the Hosoda faction cadres gathered in the Diet to discuss countermeasures and plan to ask the faction members for their opinions in the near future. The second-tier of the second-tier faction and the cadres of the faction such as Lin Ganxiong, the deputy secretary-general, held talks at the party headquarters.