Reviews Japan's Premier wants to avoid elections from Olympia
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Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga pronounced himself against parliamentary elections before the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo in summer.
Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga pronounced himself against parliamentary elections before the Olympic and Paralympics in Tokyo in summer. When asked when he wants to dissolve Parliament for the next elections, he said the Japan Times only: "Our priority is the fight against the coronavirus."
The elections must take place before 21 October when the term of office of the members of the Japanese Unterhaus expires. Suga apparently wants to dissolve Parliament after completing the Paralympics on September 5th. The waiver of elections before the Olympic Games (July 23 - August 8) and the Paralympics (August 24, 5 September), from the point of view of Suga Clever, because previously violent losses would be threatened.
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The population of Japan is continued by the pandemic development by majority against Olympia, with a survey last 72 percent for a reinstatement or a complete cancellation spoke. Sugas Governing Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) suffered a setback last week, all three seats had to submit in parliament in parliament.
Lastly, a high-level government official of Japan Times explained that it was "absolutely impossible" to hold parliamentary elections before playing. "The dissolution of the lower house is no case possible if we have not under control the coronavirus yet," it said.
Suga (72), who had replaced the diseased Shinzo Abe as a premier of his country in September, had to take criticism because of the sluggish corona control. Tokyo reported 1050 new infections on Sunday - the strongest daily development since January. On Monday, the number dropped to 879.
compared to other countries, the infection numbers are low, but also the vaccination does not get into progress in Japan. More than 10,000 Japanese have died since the beginning of the pandemic at the Coronavirus.
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