Thursday, 24 Jan 2019

The former of Japanese Prime Minister expects the resignation of Abe soon


Shinzo AbeShinzo Abe -  Japanese Prime Minister can leave his post soon. Former Japanese Prime Minister, Junichiro Koizumi predicts his early resignation to the current head of Japanese government, Shinzo Abe.

According to him, in the election of leader from the Liberal Democratic Party in September, Abe will not go for a third term.

"The situation is very dangerous, Abe will leave, perhaps at the end of the current parliamentary session (on June 20 2018) .This will have an impact on next year's election." Koizumi said in an interview published through AERA magazine website.

The statements of the former prime minister were linked to the fall of Shinzo Abe's rankings and the scandal surrounding the sale of private companies with cheap prices.

Over the past few weeks, Japan's government rating that led by Shinzo Abe fell by 5.4% and by 37%. The rejection rating increased from 47.5% to 52.6%, Kyodo reported.

The cause of the fall was a number of scandals around the Abe figure such as concerns the falsification of documents on sale at a very low price from the state land of Moritimo.

In the second decade of March 2018, the government support ratings for Japanese Prime Minister,  Shinzo Abe reached historic lows. The low level of support that he has from the time when he leads the state government since 2012.

At the same time, the current downgrades are not considered a serious problem in the government itself.

"As often said, ratings have periods of growth, there is a period of decline. The government will continue to implement its policies, "said Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga.


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