Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga faced criticism over a coronavirus response seen as too slow and limited and for holding the Olympics despite the public’s health concerns
Amid growing criticism of his handling of the pandemic, Suga resigns. This comes as the WHO wants COVID-19 third shot stopped.
After spending just one year in office, Suga announced that he won’t run for the leadership of the governing party later this month.
“I have decided not to run for the party leadership elections, as I would like to focus on coronavirus measures,” Suga said.
Suga was also criticized for holding the Olympics despite the public’s health concerns.
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