Fumio Kishida re-elected Japan’s PM in parliamentary vote

Japan's Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is applauded after being re-elected as the prime minister, at the Lower House of Parliament in Tokyo, on November 10, 2021. Reuters

Japan's Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is applauded after being re-elected as the prime minister, at the Lower House of Parliament in Tokyo, on November 10, 2021. Reuters

Fumio Kishida was reappointed as Japan’s executive Wednesday after his administering party scored a significant triumph in key parliamentary decisions.

Chosen a little more than a month prior by parliament, Fumio Kishida called a speedy political race where his overseeing party got 261 seats in the 465-part lower house — the more remarkable of Japan’s two-chamber governing body — enough to keep a free hand in pushing enactment through parliament.

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The October 31 triumph expands his grasp on power and is viewed as an order from citizens for his weeks-old government to handle the pandemic-battered economy, infection measures and different difficulties.

Later Wednesday, he will frame his subsequent Cabinet.

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