Who Rules Japan?

Published by Dana Maher

29 December 2016

I’m pretty sure that almost all the nations and people worldwide wonder who’s behind this success and victory? Who keeps this growth steady and fluctuated? How did he keep this growth steady? What did he provide to his citizens? How did he benefit the country and the citizens? What did he change?


Born on the 21st of September 1954; the prime minister Shinzo Abe is the current president of Japan since December 26, 2012, and the president of Liberal Democratic party (LPD); and from there on the economy kept growing and fluctuating. He served as the Prime Minister from the year 2006 to 2007 and retired on the 12th of September 2007 due to certain health problems. Shinzo Abe was the youngest Prime Minister during the post-war period at the age of 52, in addition, he was the one to be born after World War II.

On the 26th of September 2012; Abe won the votes of the presidential election and was elected over Shigeru Ishiba, the former Minister of Defense, to be the Prime Minister again. Abe was the 1st Prime Minister to go back to his office. On Japan’s 70th anniversary, the cabinet of Abe followed the previous government position during Japan’s wartime past with the addition of four statements to compensate the loss and suffering that affected many citizens during the war period, including:

  1. A Statement of Apology.
  2. A Statement of Colonization.
  3. A Statement of Aggression.
  4. A Statement of Remorseful Regret.

Last but not least, Abe is a standardized, well managed, clever president that managed to maintain the country’s growth and the development and improvement of the country, and changed the country’s status from poverty, hardship, and failure into prosperity, inflation, and welfare. Not only are the neighboring countries of Japan such as China, Korea, and Russia inspired by the development and advancement of Japan, but also many other countries take Japan’s techniques, criteria’s, standards, and principles into consideration and are inspired and fascinated by them; thus Japan is one of the most top countries in terms of growth, success, and development.

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