In the election of Japan’s Prime Minister, the foreign minister of Japan, Fumio Kishida has set to replace Yoshihide Suga as the next Prime Minister of Japan after he won the leadership of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) with more votes on Wednesday, September 29, 2021. He always well-respected in the party while taking some heavyweights several supports and enjoying the moment, a 64-years-old new Prime Minister of Japan is not quite popular widely. During his speech, he talked about the crisis of Covid-19 in the world and as well as in Japan. On this Monday, Fumio Kishida will succeed the place of Prime Minister of Suga who have announced that he is not going for re-election after the rating of his approval plunged to an all-time low.
It will not be easy to fill Suga’s shoes because Kishida will be taken over as a stagnant economy battered by the Covid-19 pandemic, the lees of an unequaled public health crisis, and the increased political war game of China. In his speech, the new Prime Minister, Fumio Kishida said,” The national crisis still continues and we keep working hard to respond of Covid-19 with strong determination and we need to impetus tens of trillions of yen by the end of the year”.
Who is Fumio Kishida?
Along with this, he accepted in the speech that his first goal as Japan’s new premier will come to lead the LDP to victory in the upcoming general election. Now, many people are searching for him and want to know that who is Fumio Kishida? In our next article, we will share all the updates related to the new Prime Minister of Japan, Fumio Kishida.
He was born in a Hiroshima-based family with a long history of politics. Kishida took his education at the School of Law at Waseda University before becoming a part of the Long-Term Credit Bank of Japan Ltd. After some time, he started to work with his father as a secretary whose name is Kishida Fumitake, a legislator of the lower house. In 1993, he made his appearance in the political arena and running in a general election in which is won the seat in the House of Representatives.
He has served several varieties of cabinets posts across different dispensations. He was also appointed as a parliamentary vice-minister for construction in the Obuchi and Mori cabinets. Along with this, he also served as vice minister of education, sports, culture, and science and technology.
Currently, he has the opportunity to become the 100th Japan’s Prime Minister, and Kishida’s pledge to reduce the income inequality in the country and handle Japan’s economy on track, he proposed a 30 trillion yen spending over it.