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Fabby asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 8 years ago

Anyone knows why Japanese have been changing it Prime Ministers so often?

Anyone knows why Japanese have been changing their Prime Ministers so often? Since the departure of Junichiro Koizumi, they have changed their Prime Ministers 7 times, an average of once per year. It is as though theirs is a temp or contractor Prime Minister, Why is this so? Dont they want stability?

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago
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    They have factions and are unhappy with the PM's plans to improve the economy.

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    This it typical, and typical of true socialism. Socialist nations don't put high power in a figurehead position, rather into the group. I'm sure you've heard of group power in Japan? Nobody in Japan wants to be a singular power, as the group does not appreciate it.

    The Japanese Diet, among other ruling collectives, manage the country ongoing. A prime minister in Japan simply signs off on what they decide.

    This is a non-issue for stability. Stability in Japan is very high, and especially compared to the volatile US, and stability is founded in a very sound, cohesive, consistent collective.

    The lesson here is that what your leaders falsely teach you as the only way to manage is not nearly the only way to manage. What your leaders put forth is simply one way to manage -- and not a stable one at that. Placing so much power into a presidency creates risk of tyranny and oppression realized more often than not, and creates volatile economic systems that regularly fail ongoing.

    Japan has 4-5% unemployment ongoing for more years than I can count. And Japan is extremely wealthy among a modest-sized, highly employed population set into wage equity systems. There are no problems in Japan.

  • 8 years ago

    Japan has been in a recession since 1995

  • 8 years ago

    They pick hopeless people

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