Wednesday, 16 September 2020 () Japanese parliament on Wednesday elected Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga as the country's new Prime Minister, two days after becoming the president of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party. Suga, 71, was elected as Prime Minister at an extraordinary session of the Diet on Wednesday. He was elevated to the top executive post with a comfortable majority of votes in both chambers. Suga, who
Japan's longest-serving prime minister Shinzo Abe and his cabinet resigned on Wednesday clearing the way for Yoshihide Suga to take over as successor, ahead of Suga's election as Japan's new prime minister in parliament.
The European Foundation for South Asian Studies, a think-tank based in Amsterdam has exposed Pakistan for harbouring terrorists in its territory during the ongoing 45th Session of the UN Human Rights..
Yoshihide Suga has been elected as Japan's prime minister, becoming the country's first new leader in nearly eight years and facing a raft of challenges,... News24 Also reported by •Japan Today •NPR •New Zealand Herald •SBS