Prime Minister Explains Aim Of Reshuffle

Prime minister explains aim of reshuffle

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe described his new Cabinet as one that will offer stability, while new ministers provide the energy needed to take on challenges. In a news conference, he specifically cited imminent issues in foreign relations.

He said, "I asked Mr. Motegi to assume the post of foreign minister. He will continue to take charge of trade negotiations with the United States, which are in the final stage. He led the difficult negotiations on TPP 11 to a conclusion. His solid diplomatic skill is highly evaluated internationally. I want him to further enhance Japan's diplomacy, including more proactive economic diplomacy."

Pm Abe To Reshuffle Cabinet, Top Ldp Posts

PM Abe to reshuffle Cabinet, top LDP posts

Japan's prime minister is reshuffling his Cabinet, and executives at his Liberal Democratic Party on Wednesday. Shinzo Abe is expected to shift most of the ministerial posts, bringing in 13 fresh faces.

These are the first shakeups since July's Upper House election. The vote saw the ruling coalition lose seats, but maintain a healthy majority.

Abe To Reshuffle Cabinet, Ldp Posts

Abe to reshuffle Cabinet, LDP posts

Japan's prime minister is set to reshuffle his Cabinet, and executives at his Liberal Democratic Party on Wednesday. Shinzo Abe is expected to shift most of the ministerial posts, bringing in 13 fresh faces.

Abe will reshuffle the party leadership on Wednesday morning, and his cabinet in the afternoon.

Abe To Keep Nikai, Kishida In Reshuffle

Abe to keep Nikai, Kishida in reshuffle

NHK has learned that Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has decided to retain Toshihiro Nikai and Fumio Kishida in their current posts in a planned reshuffle of executives in the ruling Liberal Democratic Party.

Abe, who is also president of the LDP, is preparing to revamp his Cabinet and governing party executives next Wednesday, after returning from a trip to Russia.

Pm Abe Intends To Reshuffle Cabinet Next Week

PM Abe intends to reshuffle Cabinet next week

NHK has learned that Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe intends to reshuffle his Cabinet and the ruling party executives on Wednesday next week.

Abe told a meeting of government and ruling party officials on Monday that he plans to revamp his Cabinet next week.

Abe To Reshuffle Cabinet Next Week

Abe to reshuffle cabinet next week

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe intends to reshuffle his cabinet next week.

Abe revealed this at a liaison meeting of the government and the ruling coalition parties on Monday.

Abe Likely To Reshuffle Cabinet In Mid-september

Abe likely to reshuffle Cabinet in mid-September

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is expected to reshuffle his Cabinet and ruling party executives in mid-September.

Abe spoke to reporters on Monday, the day after the Upper House election. He revealed plans to convene an extraordinary Diet session on August 1 to select the chamber's president.

Abe Explains Cabinet Reshuffle

Abe explains Cabinet reshuffle

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has described his reshuffled Cabinet as one in which everyone can work together like a baseball team.

Abe began his post-reshuffle news conference on Tuesday evening by offering condolences to those affected by the typhoon that recently hit Japan.

Abe To Reshuffle Cabinet After Visiting Us

Abe to reshuffle Cabinet after visiting US

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says he plans to reshuffle his Cabinet and ruling party executives after his upcoming visit to New York.

Abe disclosed the plan after being reelected for a third term as president of the Liberal Democratic Party on Thursday.

Tepco To Reshuffle Beat Managers

TEPCO to reshuffle best managers

Some huge changes are in store for the meeting room of the organization that works the Fukushima Daiichi atomic plant. An arranged reshuffle at Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings is gone for accelerating work at the injured plant and pushing forward with business reforms.

The government possesses a dominant part of the shares in TEPCO Holdings, giving it compelling control. The organization confronts a decades-in length assignment of decommissioning the softened down reactors and paying compensation.

Tepco To Reshuffle Best Administration, Elevate Kobayakawa To President

TEPCO to reshuffle beat administration, elevate Kobayakawa to president

Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc., administrator of the debacle hit Fukushima atomic power plant, will reshuffle its top administration, elevating Director Tomoaki Kobayakawa to president, individuals near the matter said Sunday.

The organization, known as TEPCO and viably controlled by the Japanese government, will conclude the new administration group before the current month's over and look for shareholder endorsement in June, they said.