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Updates on the Shinzo Abe shooting: The former Japanese prime minister was shot in the middle of the road, their condition was very critical

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Attack on Shinzo Abe: Shinzo Abe, the former prime minister of Japan, has been the target of a serious assault. According to reports, Abe was shot during the speech and collapsed to the ground. According to the NHK story, Shinzo Abe, a former Japanese prime minister, was attacked in Nara. Shinzo Abe fell to the ground and died after being shot. He was then immediately admitted to the hospital’s urgent care center. His condition was thought to be critical.

This information is being revealed by referencing a local journalist. According to the information provided, Shinzo Abe was attacked in the morning at approximately 11:30. The police also detained a suspect after the incident. According to the report, the assailant shot Shinzo Abe twice before remaining where he was and refusing to go. The age of the aggressor is often 40 years old.

Suspect begins speaking

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Let us inform you that Japan is one of the countries on earth that is regarded as the safest. However, everyone has been shocked by the attack on a former prime minister of this country. Likewise, this incident has awakened the cops. The entire region is now more secure. It has been notified that the apprehended suspect is being spoken to.

Shinzo Abe had a small gathering in the western Japanese city of Nara. whereby around 100 people took part. Abe was about to deliver the speech when a shooter started firing from behind. Abe then fell to the ground.

Shizo Abe: Who is he?

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67-year-old The Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) party has ties to Shinzo Abe. Abe served as prime minister from 2006 to 2007. Abe was regarded as a strong pioneer. Shinzo was forced to resign as the senior state leader in 2007 due to ulcerative colitis, a digestive disorder. Shinzo Abe served as prime minister for 2803 days in a row (7 years and a half years). For the benefit of his uncle Isaku Saito, the previous record was made.

Most-Retained PM

Please allow us to inform you that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is now Japan’s top state leader with the longest tenure. Shinzo first became Japan’s prime minister in 2006. After that, he departed the position in 2007 due to illness. However, he once more became the prime minister of Japan in 2012 and remained there until 2020. He resigned from his position due to illness. He expressed his belief that his illness should not prevent him from leading and expressed regret to the Japanese people for not serving out his tenure. For a very long time, Abe had Alzheimer’s colitis. Then, when his health deteriorated, he quit his job.

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