Japan: All important questions and answers at a glance

All info about elections, parties and the current government

Who is currently governing in Japan?

The government cabinet in Japan consists of members of . It is headed by Fumio Kishida - the head of state in Japan is Fumio Kishida.

What are the governing parties in Japan?

In Japan, form the government.

What are the main parties in Japan?

In addition to the governing , LDP (Right-wing), CDP (Centre-left), Kibō (Far right), Kōmeitō (Centre-right), JCP (Far left), Ishin (Right-wing) and SDP (Centre-left) are represented in parliament as opposition parties. Find more info on all parties HERE.

How often is elected in Japan?

The parliament in Japan is elected for 4 years. The next election is scheduled for 2023.

When is the next election in Japan?

The next parliamentary election in Japan is scheduled to take place in 2023

When was the last election in Japan?

Parliament in Japan was last elected on 22.10.2017. All election results are available HERE.

Wer würde in Japan gewinnen, wenn diesen Sonntag Wahl wäre?

With 36.8%, LDP (Right-wing) is in the lead according to current polls. In second place comes Kōmeitō (Centre-right) with 3.7%. Complete Polling data with coalition possibilities.

What is the name of the parliament in Japan?

Japans parliament is called "Shūgiin".

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