Japan refuses office and reelection

Japan refuses office and reelection

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Japan refuses office and reelection

Japan refuses office and reelection

Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga greets after his appearance yesterday in Tokyo. / Nicolas Datiche / AFP

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Sunk by not stopping the spread of the covid, Suga will resign so that his formation designates another candidate for the October elections

The days when prime ministers did not last more than a year return to Japan. Without even reaching that time, Yoshihide Suga resigned yesterday harassed by criticism of the spread of the coronavirus coinciding with the celebration of the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Due to the strong social rejection of these events, what should have been a success for the Japanese government has become the main weapon for the weak opposition.