Concerns about Taiwan and inflation have led Japanese Prime Minister Kishida to reorganise his cabinet.

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida says he will reshuffle his Cabinet in the coming year . The ruling alliance, which is led by the LDP, won resoundingly in the House .

Tokyo (Japan), August 6: Given the challenges, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida declared at a press conference in Hiroshima on Saturday that he will reshuffle his Cabinet in the coming year to address a variety of issues, including rising tensions in the Taiwan Strait, rising inflation, and the war in Ukraine.According to Kyodo News, the ruling alliance, which is led by the LDP, won resoundingly in the House The government also needs to improve the country's stability and determine by how much defense spending should be increased.In April, the ruling Liberal Democratic Party suggested that the government consider increasing the defense spending to 2% or more of the GDP within five years.During the budget talks, the figure would be a goal.

The LDP secured 63 out of the 125 seats being sought, while junior coalition partner Komeito secured 13 seats.Overall, the LDP and Komeito gained 76 seats, retaining a majority in the 248-member upper chamber of parliament.Following the victory, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said he wanted to press forward with efforts to revise Japan's pacifist constitution.Abe, who served as prime minister from 2006 to 2007, and again from 2012 to 2020, was shot dead by an ex-Maritime Self-Defense Force (MSDF worker while making