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Prime Minister Suga won't run for LDP leader in Japan


Japanese state television NHK reported that Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga will not compete for the leadership of the ruling party LDP in the vote, which is expected to be held towards the end of the month.



Japanese state television NHK reported that Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga will not compete for the leadership of the ruling party LDP in the vote, which is expected to be held towards the end of the month.

According to the Japanese media, Prime Minister Suga, who met with the LDP executives, could not find enough support to take the decision of the leadership race and general election, which was planned to be held on September 29.

LDP sources claimed that Suga had told the party leadership that he would not run for leadership.

Nakatani, a member of the LDP parliamentarian, also announced that he told Suga not to run for the LDP leadership, but to focus on fighting the coronavirus epidemic.

Another LDP member, Nikai, said that Suga's decision not to run for the LDP leadership was a surprise decision.

Kyodo news agency also claimed that after Shinzo Abe's resignation due to health reasons in September 2020, Suga, who became Prime Minister by winning the leadership race in the LDP, would resign from his post.

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