2021-10-15

17 days to win the house election! Kishida’s “strike while the iron is hot” has a higher chance of winning?

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Beijing, Oct. 15 (Xinhua) according to a comprehensive report, Japan’s ruling and opposition parties actually entered the election state after the dissolution of the house of Representatives on the 14th. The ruling and opposition parties will decide the outcome in the shortest 17 days after World War II. In addition to the COVID-19 strategy and the future economic policy, the political stance of Abe and Kan Yi Wei’s two government, which has lasted nearly 9 years, will also be tested. Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said he was determined to win the victory of the Liberal Democratic Party and the Komeito party and continue to be in power. Yukio Edano, head of the constitutional democratic party, called for an end to the “Liberal Democratic Party’s dominance” politics

17 days to win the house election! Kishida’s “strike while the iron is hot” has a higher chance of winning?

on October 4 local time, Japanese Liberal Democratic Party President Fumio Kishida was elected as the 100th prime minister after being named by the prime minister at the plenary session of the house of Representatives. The picture shows Takeo Kishida (middle) getting up to thank him

The house of representatives of Japan was officially dissolved on the 14th and voted on the 31st. The general election of the house of Representatives is related to the ruling power. Whether the alliance between the Liberal Democratic Party and the Komeito party can continue to govern, or whether the opposition parties can finally promote the rotation of political parties, the ruling and opposition parties will decide the victory and defeat in the shortest 17 days after World War II

Japan’s Yomiuri Shimbun reported that the ruling party originally coordinated with the “announcement on October 26 and vote on November 7”, but prime minister Fumio Kishida finally decided to hold the house election a week in advance. The house of Representatives dissolved on the 14th and voted on the 31st for only 17 days, the shortest record since World War II

according to a poll conducted by Yomiuri Shimbun from the 4th to the 5th, the support rate of Kishida is about 56%, which is much higher than the 31% at the end of the cabinet of former Prime Minister Kan Yiwei. The ruling party hopes to complete the general election of the house of Representatives before the “celebration market” of Kishida cabinet has collapsed</ P>

, in addition, the bank also considered the completion of re-election when COVID-19 slowed down, which has become one of the main reasons for the early opening of the vote. The majority opinion of the Liberal Democratic Party believes that “as long as the epidemic resurges, the support rate will decline immediately”

according to the analysis, former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe won the general election of the house of Representatives by means of “short-term showdown” in 2014 and 2017, which made Yasuda also want to copy Abe’s successful experience

17 days to win the house election! Kishida’s “strike while the iron is hot” has a higher chance of winning?(1)

on October 4 local time, Japanese Liberal Democratic Party President Fumio Kishida was elected as the 100th prime minister after being named by the prime minister at the plenary session of the house of Representatives. The picture shows Kishida’s arrival at the prime minister’s residence

on the 14th, the ruling party expressed support for the decision of Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Kishida to dissolve the house of Representatives. The Liberal Democratic Party State said to Chairman Moriyama that “this is an extremely appropriate decision”; The opposition party criticized that within a short time as prime minister, the proposition of Taxation on financial income wavered, and the government and the opposition strengthened their duel attitude towards this political decisive battle

Yasuda held a press conference at the official residence in the evening and said that he would be foolproof in dealing with the epidemic and economic countermeasures. He called the general election “the election to choose the future”, and proposed that the dividing line between victory and defeat is that the ruling party obtains more than half of the seats. In addition, he also said that “this country cannot be handed over to the opposition party”

in an interview, Tetsuro Fukuyama, Secretary General of the opposition constitutional democratic party, replied: “what are the reasons for the vacillation in his speeches on Strengthening Taxation on financial income? If he does not explain the reasons, the people cannot accept it. I hope to make a choice in the house election around the duel between the swing prime minister and Yukio Edano, the head of the firm Democratic Party.” “The prime minister’s momentum is bleak and the follow-up is weak. There is no way to dissolve.”

Secretary of the Communist Party Xiaochi Huang also stressed in an interview: “in just three days of parliamentary deliberation, the prime minister’s wavering attitude has been exposed. He will call for entrustment to the opposition coalition power in the house of Representatives election.”