Tag: Election

Japan’s house of Representatives election outpost War: two by elections for the Senate, one win and one loss for the Liberal Democratic Party

Beijing, Oct. 25 (Xinhua) according to Kyodo news agency of Japan, the votes were counted in the by elections in Shizuoka and Yamaguchi constituencies of the Japanese Senate on the 24th, which was the first national political election since the establishment of the Yasuda government. In Shizuoka, Shinsuke Yamazaki, a non partisan newcomer and former county councilor (40 years old, recommended by constitutional democracy and National Democratic Party) was elected for the first time. In Yamaguchi, Keio Kitamura (66 years old, recommended by the Komeito party), a former member of the Liberal Democratic Party and former economic and industrial government official who was originally elected in proportion, was elected for the third time.


A group of pictures interpret who will lock the next prime minister in the LDP president election? (Figure)

Beijing, September 29 (Xinhua) (Zhang Olin, Meng Xiangjun) on the 29th, Japan held the LDP president election, and the results should be released later. As the current Prime Minister Kan Yiwei withdrew from this election, and the Japanese Liberal Democratic Party accounted for a majority of seats in parliament, it also means that whoever wins the election will lock in Japan’s next prime minister.


Yoshihide Suga’s confidant loses in the election for the mayor of Yokohama. Japanese media: influence on the current regime is inevitable

   China News Service, August 23. According to a report by the Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK), on the 22nd, the result of the mayor of Yokohama, Japan was announced. Takeharu Yamanaka, supported by the Cadet Party, defeated Hachiro Kozaki, supported by Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga. Some people pointed out that the influence of Yoshihide Suga’s regime will be inevitable.


Japan’s Liberal Democratic Party presidential election schedule will be finalized or held at the end of September

China News Service, August 4th. According to “Central News Agency”, Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga’s term as president of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party will expire on September 30. The Liberal Democratic Party is discussing a presidential election on September 29. 8 A meeting will be held on the 26th to determine the matter, and the election method will also be included in the voting of party members.


The riots caused many Republicans to change their positions, and the Senate and House of Representatives rejected the idea of ​​overturning the results of multi-state elections overnight.

[Report by Qiao Bao Special Correspondent Yan Tian, ​​Washington, January 6] At 8:30 pm on Wednesday (6th), the electoral college voting certification process that was interrupted by Trump supporters occupying the Capitol was carried out by the DC police and the National Guard. The clearing operation resumed.