Prime Minister Kishida began full-fledged coordination, including meeting with Deputy Governor Aso on the night of the 6th regarding the reshuffle of the Cabinet and the appointment of LDP officers on the 10th of this month.
In addition to strengthening responses to internal and external issues such as the new coronavirus and the situation in Ukraine, it seems that the selection of personnel will be promoted while considering the relationship with the former Unification Church, and we decided to exchange opinions with party officials on the 7th. I'm here.
Prime Minister Kishida announced that he plans to reshuffle the Cabinet and appoint LDP officers on the 10th of this month. I would like to think about it and start a new system as soon as possible."
On the night of the 6th, I met with Deputy President Aso of the Liberal Democratic Party for about an hour and a half at the Prime Minister's official residence and exchanged opinions on the situation within the party and the overall concept of personnel affairs.
Prime Minister Kishida intends to maintain the framework of the government by confirming his intention to retain Deputy Governor Aso and Secretary-General Motegi, as well as Chief Cabinet Secretary Matsuno.
On the other hand, at a press conference on the 6th, Prime Minister Kishida indicated that he would instruct lawmakers appointed as cabinet ministers in this personnel affairs to check the relationship with the former Unification Church and clarify the results.
Prime Minister Kishida is expected to proceed with the selection of personnel while considering the relationship with the former Unification Church, and will make adjustments such as exchanging opinions with party executives on the 7th.