A private party at the official residence, the Japanese prime minister’s son was punished

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida fired his son Shotaro as his secretary as punishment for holding a private party at the official residence.

According to foreign media, the son of Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and his political secretary, 32-year-old Shotaro Kishida, had a private party at the official residence last year in which friends and relatives were invited.

Photos of the party surfaced in the media in which he pretended to hold a press conference, while in one photo he was seen lying on the red-carpeted steps. When these pictures came out in public, allegations were made by various circles of the country, especially the opposition party, of noise and illegal use of government property.

According to the World News Agency, in a conversation with journalists, the Prime Minister of Japan said that he is removing his son Shotaro Kishida from the post of secretary. Shotaro will step down on June 1.

Fuyumukshida said that he had reprimanded his son for the move. Shotaro’s behavior was inappropriate as a political secretary and hence the decision to remove him from the post.

It should be remembered that Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has removed four of his ministers in just three months on charges of financial irregularities or links to the controversial Unification Church, and this is the fifth dismissal.

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