Japanese government note reaches danger zone 08:02

The Japanese government’s rating fell to a record low of 24%. This was reported by RIA NewsCiting a survey by the Yomiuri newspaper.

The rating of Japanese governments formed by the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) fell below the 30 percent mark for the first time since 2012.

The survey showed that 62% of citizens are dissatisfied with the Japanese government. According to researchers, the decline in ratings was accelerated by dissatisfaction with the government’s economic measures and the successive resignations of leading politicians.

Therefore, 62 percent of respondents want Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida to be in office only until the end of his term, another 33 percent hope for his immediate replacement, and only 11 percent want to see him as the leader of the state. “As long as possible.”

Previously, TBS reported that the ratings of the government led by Fumio Kishida in Japan were announced. fallen It fell to a low level of 29.1%. Distrust in the government has also reached a record high; 68.4% of survey participants agreed.

Previously Russia terminated Cooperation agreement with Japan on the elimination of nuclear weapons.

Source: Gazeta


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