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Fumio Kishida officially elected Japan’s 100th prime minister By Reuters


© Reuters. FILEPHOTO: Fumio Kimio is the former Japanese Foreign Minister and attends the press conference of the Liberal Democratic Party headquarters in Tokyo after being elected president of the party. Du Xiaoyi/Pool via REUTERS


TOKYO (Reuters – Fumio Kishida, Japan’s new 100th prime Minister was elected on Monday. She won a majority vote in both the lower and upper houses of parliament.

The announcement of new cabinet members for Yoshihide Suga (Kishida) is expected to take place later in the afternoon.

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