Japan's Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has dissolved parliament. With this, the way has been paved for the conduct of general elections on October 31. Kishida said he wants a mandate on his policies. "I want to use the election to tell people what our effort is and what our goal is," Kishida, who became prime minister 11 days ago, told reporters on Thursday.
According to a recent survey, Japanese voters want a government with a decisive plan to end the pandemic and get the economy back on track. According to a survey by the Sankei newspaper, about 48 percent of voters said that they want the Kishida administration to work on the corona virus the most. After that work on economic reforms and employment.
Let us tell you that on October 4, Kishida replaced Yoshihide Suga. Along with assuming the post of Prime Minister, he had announced to hold general elections in the country on 31 October.