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Topics : Thanks to the LDP’s solid legislative majority, the race’s winner is certain to win a parliamentary vote on September 16 and be named the country’s next prime minister.The LDP race began after Abe, Japan’s longest-serving premier, abruptly announced late August that he would resign for health reasons.There is now speculation that the next prime minister may quickly call a snap election to shore up public support.Representatives for Suga and his rivals — former defense minister Shigeru Ishiba and party policy chief Fumio Kishida — formally registered their candidacies on Tuesday morning. At a joint event for the candidates, Suga said he had decided to run to help avoid a “political vacuum” after Abe’s departure, and that he would prioritize coronavirus containment while rebuilding an economy now in recession.Ishiba meanwhile pledged a “great reset”, and said he would “pour my whole body and soul into regional revitalization”.Kishida said he too would focus on balancing infection measures with kickstarting the economy, and vowed to build a capable team.”I would become a leader who does not seek to shine myself but to have each team member shine so as to have the best performance,” he said.The candidates will hold two public debates before the vote, which will poll LDP lawmakers and three party representatives from each of Japan’s 47 regions.A broader vote including rank-and-file party members was ruled out, with officials saying it would take too long to organize. ‘A regular person like me’ Whoever takes the top office will face a raft of challenges — from the coronavirus pandemic and a tanking economy to ensuring the postponed Tokyo Olympic Games can go ahead.None of the three candidates is seen as offering a policy platform that would differ significantly from Abe’s.Former banker Ishiba, 63, is popular with the electorate and consistently topped polls before Abe’s resignation.A defense policy wonk, he supports strengthening the role of the country’s Self-Defense Forces in the pacifist constitution.But he is still regarded with suspicion by some in the LDP because he left the party for a time, serving as an independent and then with a rival party, before returning.Kishida, also 63, was long viewed as Abe’s heir apparent and considered the prime minister’s favored successor.But he appeared to fall from grace more recently, with his proposal for a targeted stimulus being cast aside in favor of money for all residents, and Abe has declined to publicly support any one candidate.Suga, who until recently denied any ambition for the top job, said he decided to run to continue Abe’s programs, especially his economic measures.Raised in northern Japan’s Akita region, Suga put himself through night college by working odd jobs before winning a Yokohama city council seat, and mentioned his background in his comments Tuesday.”That a regular person like me can seek to become a prime minister, that’s exactly Japan’s democracy, isn’t it?”He has served as Abe’s closest advisor and a powerful enforcer of government policy, considered able to bend Japan’s vast bureaucracy to the government’s will.But while Abe rose to power by touting conservative policies including amending the constitution, little is known of Suga’s ideology.His policy interests tend towards the practical, including speeding up digitalization of government agencies, cutting the cost of mobile services and increasing foreign tourism. Japan’s ruling party on Tuesday kicked off the race to pick Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s successor, with his powerful right-hand man Yoshihide Suga commanding an all-but-insurmountable lead.Chief Cabinet Secretary Suga, the 71-year-old son of a strawberry farmer, has already secured the support of major factions in the Liberal Democratic Party ahead of its leadership vote on September 14.But he isn’t running unchallenged, with a popular former defense minister and the party’s policy chief standing against him.
Nicholas R. “Nick” Steigerwald, of Dillsboro, Indiana, formerly of Greendale, Indiana, passed away May 26, 2017.He was born February 19, 1962 in Cincinnati, OH. He worked in Construction for Messer Construction. He graduated from St. Xavier High School where he became very involved in Junior Big Brothers, a club organized by one of the faculty, Mr Paul Lammermeier,Surviving are parents,Wally and Jinny Steigerwald of Aurora, IN; Daughter, Rose Steigerwald of Milan, IN; siblings, Shauna (Doug) McCreedy of Hebron, KY, Vince (Mabe) Steigerwald of Cincinnati, OH, Jeff (Kathy) Steigerwald of Aurora, IN, Tim (Chris) Steigerwald of Loveland, OH, Chris (Heather) Steigerwald of Hendersonville, TN, Mark (Bridget) Steigerwald of Lawrenceburg, IN; loving aunts, Kathy & Mary Ellen Kindel; 10 nephews, 8 nieces, and 2 great nieces.Friends will be received Thursday, June 1, 2017, 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm at Rullman Hunger Funeral Home, 219 Mechanic Street, Aurora, Indiana.Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, 203 Fourth Street, Friday, June 2, 2017 at 11:00 am, with Father Frank Eckstein and Fr. Stephen Donahue officiating.Interment will follow in the River View Cemetery, Aurora, Indiana.Contributions may be made to The Paul Lammermeier Foundation, providing children in need in Peru. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com
Once again, the Cazenovia boys indoor track and field team made strong impressions against high-quality competition in its second meet of the season at SRC Arena.To get going at last Saturday’s morning session of the Oscar B. Jensen Holiday Relays, the Lakers had Joe Spires and Slater DeLeon go 1-2 in the 300-meter dash, Spires prevailing in 37.66 seconds and DeLeon (37.96) edging Central Square’s Nick Maw (37.97) for the runner-up spot.Another 1-2 effort came in the 3,200-meter run, Jared Smith beating the field in 10:18.03 as teammate Mike Senehi made his way to second place in 10:23.19. Smith also contended in the mile, his time of 4:45.13 topped only by Auburn’s Jimmy Vasile, who won in 4:44.14.Andrew Kent was victorious in the 600-meter run in 1:29.01, the only time under the 1:30 mark, while Connor Wilson was second in the 55-meter hurdles in 9.06 seconds and Jason Olkowski finished eighth.Dalton Sevier, clearing 6 feet, was second to Liverpool’s Bennett Robb (6-2) in the high jump, and took third in the pole vault with a best leap of 11 feet.Gordon Wester threw the shot put 38’3 1/2” and took thirdplace, Olkowski ninth with a toss of 34’6 1/4”. Wester added a seventh-place finish in the weight throw, heaving it 35’3 1/4”.DeLeon got a third-place long jump of 18’5 1/2” as Dylan Anderson earned fifth place with 17’9”. Dylan Alibcker was fourth in the triple jump, going 37’8 1/2” just ahead of Anderson, who was sixth with 36’8 1/2”.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: boys indoor trackCazenovia