The prime minister was examined at Keio University Hospital on March 17 and 24. There were whispers that he was not feeling well as he has a chronic illness of ulcerative colitis. A senior member of the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) said, “His chronic illness seems to have worsened, but he’s recovering. His resignation is unlikely.
I was also surprised because I thought it wasn’t something I was going to step down from.
I’m worried about the future.
TSE down 600 yen at one point.
On August 28, the Nikkei 225 Stock Average (225) briefly dropped over 600 yen on the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
「Yes, Japan is finished.」
「He’s the PM who brought wealth to some of Japan’s wealthiest people through Abenomics. He was a better PM than Junichiro Koizumi.」
「That’s a quick drop from 23,300 yen to 22,600 yen.
After 2020, we’re going into another Great Recession era.
The Prime Minister is also going to be in politics again, changing from year to year and unable to even conduct proper diplomacy.」