Bittersweet Suga: Shinzo Abe wanted Japanese women to ‘shine’ in politics. What happened?

Like every political leader since Ito Hirobumi became Japan’s very first prime minister in 1885, the next leader of this nation will be a man. And that, say women, is a disappointment given how much outgoing Prime Minister Shinzo Abe insisted that he wanted Japanese women to “shine”.The winner of the ruling party’s election for president of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party will be announced on Monday, with chief cabinet secretary Yoshihide Suga very much the front runner after gaining the…

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