Japan’s ruling Liberal Democratic Party’s second-ranking secretary, Jun Bo, recently threw out Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s “very likely” four-time re-election of the Liberal Democratic Party’s president. Abe said today (14th) that the Liberal Democratic Party’s party bans four-term re-election as president’s compliance with the party’s regulations. Of course. The Central News Agency quoted Japan’s Yomiuri Shimbun as saying that the Liberal Democratic Party’s party constitution only allowed the president to be re-elected for two consecutive years, that is, for six consecutive years as a six-year president. However, under the leadership of the second tier of the Liberal Democratic Party, the Liberal Democratic Party revised the party constitution in March 2017, allowing the president to be re-elected for three consecutive terms, that is, for three consecutive years as the nine-year president. This allowed Abe to compete for the third time in 2018 and win the game.
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