Japan’s Leader Tries to Honor Abe’s Legacy, While Building His Own

TOKYO — Fumio Kishida has spent years trying to emerge from the shadow of Shinzo Abe, the former prime minister of Japan who was gunned down at a campaign rally on July 8.

Ever since both were elected in 1993 to the Diet, as Japan’s Parliament is known, Mr. Abe had been the more prominent politician. A charismatic presence, he outshone Mr. Kishida, a party stalwart who can be so stiff that a schoolgirl recently asked him about the last time he truly laughed. (His answer: whenever his…

Read the Full Article Here nytimes


Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

A technology enthusiast and a passionate writer in the field of information technology, cyber security, and blockchain

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Sculptor, 87, who created iconic Bull statue is sued by his sons after cutting them out of his will

Coastguard slams beachgoers for taking selfies on CRACKED 262ft cliffs – DAYS after rockfall [Video]