Japanese government approves dissolution of lower house of parliament


TOKYO, 14 Oct. The Japanese government has approved Prime Minister Fumio Kishida's proposal to dissolve the key lower house of parliament and hold an early general election. The decision to dissolve it should also be passed by the Emperor of Japan Naruhito. According to NHK, a plenary session at which the dissolution document will be read. will begin at 13:00 local time (07.00 Moscow time), and then a meeting will take place at which the date of the elections will be approved. Earlier, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said that the election campaign should start on October 19, and the elections to the lower house of parliament will be held on October 31 … The last elections to the House of Representatives of the Japanese Parliament, the weight of which prevails over the top when deciding on the draft state budget or the election of the prime minister, was held on October 22, 2017. Fumio Kishida, who won the election of the head of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) on September 29, was approved October 4 by a majority vote for the post of Prime Minister of Japan. At present, out of 465 seats in the lower house of the Japanese parliament, 305 are held by members of the ruling coalition of the Liberal Democratic Party and its partner, the Komeito Party. Japanese government resigns

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