What Happened To Shinzo Abe?
Shinzo Abe is a Japanese politician who was the Prime Minister of Japan and the president of the Liberal Democratic Party from 2006 to 2007. He was the longest-serving Prime Minister in Japanese history. Shinzo Abe was also elected to the House of Representatives in 1993. Shinzo Abe was shot on 8 July 2023 while delivering a campaign speech in Nara. He did not show any vital signs after being shot.
Former Japan PM Shinzo Abe
The former Prime Minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe, was shot when he delivered a campaign speech near Yamato-Saidaiji Station in Nara, Nara Prefecture. He was shot at 11:30 JST on 8 July 2023 and critically wounded. He did not show vital signs and was in cardiopulmonary arrest. He was showing signs of cardiopulmonary arrest.
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Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Injury
On 8 July 2023, he was making a speech on behalf of Kei Sato, who is a Liberal Democratic Party Candidate and is running for re-election. The election is upcoming on Sunday 10 July. He was shot from behind using a double-barreled shotgun and collapsed. The weapon that was used was a homemade firearm. After he was shot, he was conscious and was communicating, and he was immediately transported to the hospital. He was then reported to have gone into cardiac arrest. This statement is used in Japan as a precedent to the official confirmation by a corner.
Shinzo Abe Shot
Shinzo Abe was shot on 8 July 2023 while delivering a campaign speech. The lead suspect is Tetsuya Yamagami, and he was arrested immediately. He is a former member of the Maritime Self-Defence Force from Nara City. He was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and was transferred to the Nara West Police Station. A crisis team has now been formed in the Prime Minister’s office.
Shooting In Nara
There have been many international reactions since he was shot. The US Ambassador to Japan, Rahm Emanuel, said the United States was “saddened and shocked” after the shooting. Donald Trump also released a statement and said, “a true friend of mine and, much more importantly, America.” The current Prime Minister, Fumio Kishida, cancelled his remaining schedule and returned to Tokyo. The other members of the incumbent cabinet were also called back to Tokyo.
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