China News Service, June 14th. According to Kyodo News, Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga recently raised the issue of whether to dissolve the House of Representatives and hold a general election once it is submitted to the Cabinet of no-confidence resolutions. He stated that he "will consider it when submitting it."
Japanese media said that this statement restrained the opposition parties.
At the same time, Suga Yoshihide again expressed his thoughts that around the dissolution, he will give priority to responding to the new crown epidemic.
The data picture shows Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga.
On June 2, Suga Yoshihide and the leaders of the ruling coalition reached an agreement not to extend the current parliament session on June 16.
However, the opposition parties requested that the duration of the meeting be extended by three months and assumed that if they refused to extend it, they would submit a case of no-confidence. The offensive and defensive of the Japanese government and the opposition tended to intensify.
According to reports, the Yoshihide Suga regime disbanded the House of Representatives after the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.
Affected by the epidemic, the Tokyo Olympic Games have been postponed to July 23 to August 8, and the Tokyo Paralympic Games will be held from August 24 to September 5.
The report pointed out that Yoshihide Suga emphasized on the issue of the time of dissolution: "My (Liberal Democratic Party president) term has been set. Anytime I disband in the future, it is possible. However, the top priority is the new crown countermeasure." He also said, The practice of keeping epidemic prevention and vaccination going hand in hand will be implemented.
Regarding future personnel arrangements, that is, whether to let the Liberal Democratic Party Secretary-General Toshihiro Nikai continue to serve, Yoshihide Suga said, "Thank him for his leadership in implementing stable party operations."
Yoshihide Suga’s current term of the Liberal Democratic Party will end in September 2021, and the current term of the Japanese House of Representatives will end in October.
According to the analysis, Yoshihide Suga needs to choose the most favorable time to dissolve the House of Representatives and hold elections again in order to preserve the prime minister's position.