China News Service, August 6. According to a report by Kyodo News on the 5th, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida decided to implement a cabinet reshuffle and high-level personnel adjustment of the Liberal Democratic Party on the 10th.

Data map: Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida.

  According to reports, the reshuffle of the cabinet was previously planned to be implemented in the first half of September, but in order to promote the signature policy "new capitalism" and countermeasures against rising prices, Fumio Kishida believes that the team should be adjusted as soon as possible to meet the provisional parliament that is expected to be convened in the fall.

  According to the report, Kishida Fumio intends to keep the Liberal Democratic Party's vice president Taro Aso and secretary Toshimitsu Motegi.

Several government officials disclosed the above information on the 5th.

  The report also said that Fumio Kishida will hold an interim high-level meeting of the party on the 8th, and obtain the full appointment of high-level personnel adjustment. On the 10th, he will conduct a cabinet reorganization and party high-level personnel adjustment.

  Kyodo News quoted analysis as saying that after the Liberal Democratic Party won a big victory in the Senate election, Fumio Kishida put long-term governance into his vision and believed that it would be best to adjust the team as soon as possible, and also allow the new cabinet members to prepare early for the Congressional debate.