Kishida replaces 14 out of 19 cabinet members… Large-scale reshuffle aimed at ‘renewing state affairs’

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida attends a general meeting held at the LDP office in Tokyo on the 10th ahead of the reshuffle. 2022.08.10/News1 © AFP=News1 © News1 Reporter Minsu Kim

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida announced the reshuffle and the reshuffle of the LDP’s executives on the 10th.

According to NHK Broadcasting, Prime Minister Kishida held a temporary cabinet meeting after 11:30 a.m. for the reshuffle and arranged the resignations of the ministers. did.

And Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Hirokazu Matsuno announced a new list of cabinet ministers.

According to the report, out of 19 ministers, 5 remained and 14 were replaced. Of the 14 people, 5 had previously served as ministers, and the remaining 9 were filled with new faces.

According to the list of ministers, a total of five people were retained, including Chief Cabinet Secretary Hirokazu Matsuno, Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi, Finance Minister Shunichi Suzuki, Land, Infrastructure and Transport Minister Tetsuo Saito, and Minister Daishiro Yamagiwa, Minister of Economic Regeneration and New Coronavirus Countermeasures. .

This time, the first person to stand in the position is △Akihiro Nishimura Environment Prize △Keiko Nagaoka Prize for Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology △Minoru Terada, Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry, Yasutoshi Nishimura, △Teturo Nomura, Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, △Naoki Okada, Minister of Regional Creation, △Koichi Tani, Chairman of National Public Security and Disaster Response There are nine people, including the Minister in Charge, the Minister of Justice Yasuhiro Hanashi, and the Kenya Akiba Reconstruction Award.

There are a total of five people who have previously served as ministers: Defense Minister Yasukazu Hamada, Minister Minoru Terada, Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare Katsunobu Kato, Sanae Takaichi Economic and Security Officer, and Taro Kono Digital Award.

By faction, the Abe and Aso sects each have 4 members, Motegi and Kishida 3 members, and the Nikai 2 members each.

They were not employed by the relatively few Moriyama and Tanigaki groups. In addition, two people without faction and one person from the ruling coalition party, the Gongmyung Party, were appointed as ministers.

Prime Minister Kishida is scheduled to hold a press conference that night to reveal the purpose of the ministerial personnel and the future administration of the government.

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