Published On: Mon, Oct 23rd, 2017

Abe wins Japan election, vows to eliminate NK’s threat


The Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, who has managed to gain an astounding victory in the country’s election, has vowed to eliminate the threat posed by their aggressive neighbour, North Korea.

It is learned that the Japanese government is trying to re-militarise in order to strengthen the country to carry out a strong counterattack against any rivals which try to destabilise the country.

All pre-poll surveys have predicted the victory of Mr Abe, though Tokyo governor Yuriko Koike’s newly formed political party, the Party of Hope, at a juncture, have posed a serious threat to Abe’s plan to reinstate the power.

It is said that the Japanese Prime Minister is likely to discuss his plan of re-militarisation with his US counterpart when Donald Trump will visit the country in next month.

In order to successfully execute the plan, Mr Abe will defiantly have to negotiate with China and Russia.

Considering the fact that the Japan was one of the most irresponsible and aggressive military powers during the period of World War, no sensible powers are going to approve the Japanese re-militarisation bid until and unless they get trustable assurances that the Tokyo will not show their aggressive character in the future.

Anyway, with the successfully achieved two-third majority, Mr Abe can easily push his re-militarisation bid through the parliament.


Vignesh. S. G

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Abe wins Japan election, vows to eliminate NK’s threat