[global network reporter Cui Yan] Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe entered the hospital for medical examination yesterday (17th) and left about 7 hours later. Speculation about his health condition has been on the rise in the past two days. Japanese media “j-cast” quoted a media related source on the 18th, saying that “Abe will resign on the 24th, and Taro Aso, deputy prime minister, may serve as interim Prime Minister”. For the rumor, experts said that “it may be false news”, but did not completely deny it. Some Japanese netizens believed that the rumor was “completely joking”. According to Kyodo news agency, Abe ushered in the last day of the three-day summer vacation on the 18th and is expected to return to work on the 19th. According to the Japanese media “j-cast” on the 18th, when the new crown epidemic in Japan has not subsided, there have been frequent reports about Abe’s physical discomfort recently, which has also triggered speculation in the Japanese political arena about the future political situation. According to a report, some media sources recently tweeted that Japanese politicians had rumored that Abe “will resign on the 24th, and his consecutive term of office will exceed the record of his late uncle and former prime minister, Rongzuo Sato.” Not only that, the media source also said that the political circles are speculating that Japan’s Deputy Prime Minister Taro Aso may succeed Abe as interim Prime Minister.
has revealed that novel coronavirus pneumonia has not been used as a routine practice in the summer vacation in Yamanashi County, Andouble. Some people in the government said that “Abe looks very bad” and “he is exhausted”. A few days ago, some Japanese weekly even reported that “Abe vomited blood last month (July)”. Novel coronavirus pneumonia, Andouble, has been reported to have worked for a long time in response to the new crown pneumonia epidemic. Japan is worried that Andouble may have been very tired.
has been reported to have been working for a long time to cope with the new crown pneumonia epidemic. But “j-cast” noted that on social media, many people questioned Abe’s view that he was exhausted in response to the new crown. Some netizens said that since the closing session of the parliament on June 18, Abe rarely attended a press conference for more than an hour, did not appear during the inter sessional review period, and did not hold an interim parliament.