Yoshihiko Noda Appointed As New Japanese PM

Monday, August 29, 2011

TOKYO - The ruling party in Japan is currently the Liberal Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ), Yoshihiko Noda appoint as their new chairman. The appointment is automatically made ​​Noda climbed into the chair to replace Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan.

Previously, Naoto Kan announced his resignation as Prime Minister of Japan last Friday, August 26. Resign because of criticism's inability to overcome the crisis ridden post-earthquake that hit Japan last March 11. In addition, the Japanese economy did not improve as long as judged led Kan.

Now, Noda who served as Minister of Finance in the reign of Kan, will demonstrate the ability to bring Japan's fiscal crisis away from.
As prime minister of Japan sixth in the last five years, Noda faced with the reconstruction of areas devastated by the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan last March. Noda also mess around 100,000 residents relocated due to leaking nuclear power plant Fukushima Daiichi, which is hit by the earthquake.

This reconstruction problem that forced former Kan resigned his position after 15 months in power. Noda course must find a way so that he does not suffer the same fate with Kan. So reported the Associated Press on Monday (8/29/2011).

In the election of Chairman of the DPJ, Noda competing with the Minister of Trade Banri Kaeda. Stains gain support as many votes as 215 votes, while Kaeda received only 177 votes.

As Finance Minister since June 2010, Noda continuously striving to improve the Japanese economy. Noda now also have to face a divided parliament and often hostile voice in deciding policy, not least the attitude of this parliament, which inhibits the Japanese reconstruction efforts.
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