December 27, Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga was asked on a TV program whether he would participate in the Liberal Democratic Party presidential election next fall.
In this regard, Yoshihide Suga did not give a clear answer, only stressing that he would “do my best every day to do a good job.”
According to a report from Kyodo News on December 27, Suga Yoshihide did not directly give a clear answer when talking about whether he would run for president of the Liberal Democratic Party next year in a TV program.
When talking about the dissolution of the House of Representatives and the election of the president of the Liberal Democratic Party, Yoshihide Suga only responded by saying that he hopes to do a good job in his own work, and did not give a specific date for the dissolution of the parliament and the election of the president.
On September 14, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga in the former Shinzo Abe cabinet was elected President of the Democratic Party with an overwhelming advantage.
He was formally elected as the 99th Prime Minister of Japan in the nomination of the Prime Minister of the Interim Congress on September 16.