This means Japan is likely to have a new leader who is elected as head of LDP
Japan’s Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga won’t run for governing party leadership election, indicating he will step down as Japanese leader at the end of this month, public broadcaster NHK said.
Mr. Suga told executives of his ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) on September 3 that he will not run for leadership race set for September 29, NHK said.
This means Japan is likely to have a new leader who is elected as head of LDP, due to the party’s majority in the parliament.
Mr. Suga has faced criticism and nosediving support ratings over slow coronavirus measures and holding the Olympics despite the public’s health concerns.
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