International 

Japan’s Yoshihide Suga wins ruling party race to replace premier Shinzo Abe

By Administrator_India Capital Sands Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga was elected leader of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party by an overwhelming majority, ushering in the country’s first change of prime minister in almost eight years. The party, which has ruled mostly uninterrupted since 1955, was set to use its parliamentary majority to install Suga as prime minister in a separate vote Wednesday. Suga’s appointment will bring to an end the record run of his ailing boss, Shinzo Abe, who has served since 2012 and forged an identity on the global stage…

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Political News 

Japan’s ruling LDP to hold leadership vote on Sept 14 to pick Abe successor

By Administrator_India Capital Sands The leader of the Liberal Democratic Party  will almost certainly become prime minister because of its majority in the lower house of parliament, replacing Shinzo Abe who on Friday said he was stepping down for health reasons. Public broadcaster NHK said the contest was likely to place around September 13 to 15. Japanese media saying it would be held on September 14. Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga has indicated he intends to run for leadership of Japan’s ruling party, a source said on Monday, soon after a…

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