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Japan PM Suga seen calling snap election after Tokyo Games

Japan PM Suga seen calling snap election after Tokyo Games

Japan PM Suga seen calling snap election after Tokyo Games

In a media source, Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga would probably call an early election after the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo, demonstrating his determination to push for the Games despite the country’s efforts to curb COVID-19.

Japan PM Suga seen calling snap election after Tokyo Games

Japan PM Suga seen calling snap election after Tokyo Games

The Asahi newspaper stated on Thursday, citing numerous leaders of the unnamed ruling party, that the government is mulling a new economic stimulus package prior to the expected snap elections.

 

The Government Chief Speaker, Katsunobu Kato, said on Thursday, “We are not studying a fresh stimulus package.”

 

He remarked, when questioned about the probability of a possible new stimulus plan: “However, we see the need to stimulate the economy and hope for taking required action more flexibly.

 

According to media reports, Suga agreed to not extend the current session of the House by closing on June 16 on Wednesday, with its ruling coalition partner’s head.

 

That implies Japan will forget to make an additional budget for now and drain nearly 4 trillion yen of the reserves left to pay for immediate pandemic expenses, Asahi reported. Asahi said. Asahi said.

 

Public relations officials of the administration refused to comment on Asahi’s electoral plan report.

 

The ruling party parliamentary legislator Shoji Nishida stated to Reuters last week, “It is evident that we need an additional budget, but Parliament is shutting so we can’t spending time on it.”

 

“Another incentive package and an extra budget are to be debated inside the party,” he stated.

 

Suga said that he’d concentrate on dealing with the epidemic, adding that Japan’s actions are strictly anti-virus.

 

Some party legislators called on the government to stimulate expenditure in order to regenerate the economy affected by new emergencies to prevent the virus’ spread.

 

Slow vaccine roll-outs and strong public opposition to Suga’s approval ratings have led to increased uncertitude over the fate of his government.

 

Asahi added, Suga’s chances are to dissolve Parliament after the Sept. 5 completion of the Paralympics and call a snapshot elections in the Tokyo Olympic games starting on 23 July.

 

(Dollar 1 = JPY 109.5900)

 

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