China News Service, November 30. According to a report by the Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK), on the 30th local time, the election of the leader of Japan's largest opposition party, the Cadet Party, began to vote.

According to the results of the voting, Izumi Kenta (47 years old), the chairman of the party's government affairs investigation, was elected as the leader of the party.

On November 30, local time, the results of the election for the head of the Japanese Cadet Party were announced, and the head of the party’s political investigation Kenta Izumi was elected.

Image source: Screenshot of NHK report

  Izumi Kenta is currently the Chairman of the Government Affairs Investigation of the Japanese Constitutional Democratic Party.

  It was previously reported that in the House of Representatives elections, the Cadets suffered a major defeat and the seats were greatly reduced.

On November 12, the party’s leader, Yukio Noo, formally resigned to assume the party’s responsibility for the reduction of seats in the House of Representatives election.

Subsequently, the party decided that the election of the successor party leader will be announced on the 19th and votes will be counted on the 30th.