JAPAN: Suga wins leadership handily and seeks to form cabinet “for the people”

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Yoshihide Suga won an overwhelming victory in the race to succeed Shinzo Abe as leader of the Liberal Democratic Party and will form a government this week. His cabinet picks will signal who leads among the LDP’s next generation of leaders, his relationship with the party and its factions, and his ability to form a stable government in his own right. On Monday, 14 September, Yoshihide Suga was chosen as the next president of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), clearing the way for his accession to the premiership on 16 September. As expected, Suga won overwhelmingly, gain
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