Meet the Lawmaker Who May Become Japan’s First Female Premier

Sep.23 — Just three women have snagged senior positions under Japan’s new Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga. And one of them hopes to challenge him for the ruling party leadership next year. Seiko Noda is the executive acting secretary-general of the Liberal Democratic Party. She spoke exclusively to Bloomberg’s Isabel Reynolds about her approach to the new role, and what a female premiership would mean for the country.

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