Yoshihide Suga became the country’s 99th prime minister on Wednesday, following a vote in the country’s Parliament, replacing Shinzo Abe, the 65-year-old who was the longest-serving PM of Japan. This country has the world’s third-largest economy.
Shinzo Abe was considered the best PM, which a country can ever have as the development and all other things have developed the most in his era.
But in August 2020, abe announced down he will be resigning, or we can say he will be stepping down from the post of PM of Japan due to health problems related to colitis — a non-curable inflammatory bowel disease that he managed through his complete tenure as PM but now as it has increased to an extreme level. Therefore, he has taken such a courageous decision.
With the coming of a new PM, Japan has marked the beginning of a new era, which will be shaped by the 71-year-old head of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP).
Many more developments are expected by the people of Japan to happen in their countries, and they are hoping the new Prime Minister will stick to all his words, which he has announced during his 30-minutes long conference.
On Wednesday, many happenings took place with many cameras and flashes, only focusing on the new PM and his respect towards society. He was seen bowing down five times towards others, showing his respect and duties for his countries.
During his conference on Wednesday, Suga announced that he and his party would work only for the people and he will strictly follow the “Work For The People” attitude and his team will make sure that by the ending of Coronavirus, they will try to regain the economy which has shrunk due to COVID19 pandemic.
His primary focus for the upcoming years will be on the development of the people and the country. In his 30 minutes long conference, he has talked about many things, and also one of the most important things that he mentioned was that he would deal with the issue of burdensome bureaucratic regulations on visa, tax, and dam issues.
He was looking extremely energetic during his conference. He promised that he is extremely determined to bring back Japanese citizens kidnapped and captured by North Korean agents in the 1970s and 80s. From his announcements, he was looking very committed and extremely energetic towards his words.