Political sclerosis? Suga’s stability backed by LDP gerontocracy


Authors: Yuma Osaki and Ben Ascione, ANU After seven years and eight months in power, the abrupt resignation of Shinzo Abe due to health issues saw Yoshihide Suga installed as Japan’s prime minister on 16 September. After serving as chief cabinet secretary and Abe’s right-hand man throughout the previous government, Suga won the race to […]

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