Tokyo (Reuters) – who is likely to succeed if Prime Minister Shinzo Abe resigns? 》The article makes an inventory of potential candidates to take over Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The novel coronavirus pneumonia is mentally and physically exhausted.
is the longest serving prime minister in Japan. Abe Shinzo, who was the longest serving prime minister in Japan, was hospitalized in Tokyo in August 24th. He is increasingly worried that he may not be able to continue his duties due to health problems and the collapse of the new crown pneumonia crisis. If Abe loses his ability to perform his duties, Taro Aso, deputy prime minister who is also finance minister, will temporarily act as deputy. If Abe resigns, he will remain in office until he is formally replaced, which will require the ruling Liberal Democratic Party to elect a new leader, which will then be formally elected by Parliament. If Abe steps down, members of the Liberal Democratic Party may elect ASO as the interim leader if there is no clear consensus on who will take over. The 63 year old former defense minister is a rare critic of Abe in the LDP. In opinion polls about which member of Parliament voters want to become the next prime minister, Ishibashi often tops the list. But he is not very popular with LDP members. He defeated Abe in the first round of 2012 with grassroots support, but was defeated in the second round where only members of Parliament could vote. In the 2018 election for the head of the party, Ishibashi lost to Abe. Mr. Ishida, 63, served as foreign minister of Abe’s government from 2012 to 2017, but his diplomatic work has always been in the hands of the prime minister. The 56 year old defense minister, taro Kono, is known for his maverick ways, but he is determined to implement Abe’s key policies, including taking a tough stance against the old feud with South Korea over wartime historical issues. His conservative stance is different from that of his father, former Chief Cabinet Secretary yehei Kono, whose apology for the “comfort women” issue in 1993 was a milestone. Mr Kan, 71, has been loyal since Abe became prime minister in 2006 and 2007 and is one of several allies urging Abe to run for prime minister again in 2012. After Kan Yiwei announced the Japanese new year as “Linghe” in April 2019, it began to spread that he might become prime minister. Junichiro Koizumi, 39, is now the environment minister and the son of former Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi. It is often said that he is the future prime minister, but many people think he is too young. Koizumi’s efforts to reduce Japan’s support for coal have built on his image as a reformer, but he is usually careful not to offend party elders. The novel coronavirus pneumonia,
, 64, was the first to be noticed in the early days of the outbreak of the new crown pneumonia in Japan. But then Nishimura Yasuminori, the former Minister of economic regeneration and the 57 year old former trade official, became the main leader of the anti epidemic policy. Kato Katsunobu, Mr. Noda, 59, has made no secret that he wants to become Japan’s first female prime minister. She is a critic of Abe. She served as general secretary and was also in charge of women’s empowerment. She failed to run for the party’s head of the party in 2018 due to lack of support.