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Kono Taro announced his election for the leader of the faction of the Liberal Democratic Party’s president: “If you want to stand, you must win” | Kono Taro | Support Rating | Liberal Democratic Party

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Original title: Taro Kono announced his election for the leader of the Liberal Democratic Party’s faction: “If you want to stand, you must win.” Source: Reference News Network

Reference News Network reported on September 10 According to Kyodo News, Japan’s Minister of Administrative Reform, Taro Kono, held a press conference on the evening of the 10th to formally announce his participation in the election of the president of the Liberal Democratic Party.

Taro Kono said at the press conference that he would “change the Liberal Democratic Party, reform politics, and fully respond to the crisis in Japan” and “push Japan forward.”

According to Japanese media reports, Kono Taro specifically met with Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga and Liberal Democratic Party Secretary-General Toshihiro Nikai on the same day, and said that he would announce his participation in the Liberal Democratic Party presidential election today. Earlier, Taro Aso, leader of the Aso faction of the Liberal Democratic Party to which Kono Taro belongs, encouraged him to say: “If you want to stand, you will win.”

According to reports, the presidential election of the Liberal Democratic Party of Japan will be announced on the 17th and voting will be held on the 29th. Up to now, Fumio Kishida, the former Liberal Democratic Party political chairman, and Sanae Takaichi, the former Minister of General Affairs, who had the support of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, have announced their candidacy. Among the various polls, Kono Taro has the highest support rate.

Japanese media said that as the Liberal Democratic Party’s presidential election heats up, the Liberal Democratic Party’s support rate has risen. According to Kyodo News, the Liberal Democratic Party’s support rate increased by 6.5 percentage points from last month, while other political parties performed poorly. When asked by reporters about his thoughts on Kono’s election, Fumio Kishida, who announced his participation as the president of the Democratic Party earlier, said: “The election of the president of the Liberal Democratic Party has received great attention, and everyone is concerned about the changes that will take place in the Liberal Democratic Party.” (Compilation / Li Ziyue)

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