Residents heading in Tokyo on Sunday 4th July 2021, for a metropolitan assembly vote, that could give clues to Japan Prime minister Yoshihide Suga and his ruling party to have a fare in a general election expected after Olympic of this month. As it will be held on Sunday at 7:am and will end up at 8:pm in power of battle in 127-seat metro assembly representing the almost 14 million residents of Japan capital. Suga has declared that the elections will be held less than three weeks before the opening of games. Although the widespread concern about staging the sports global circular during a pandemic.
The Liberal Democratic Party of Suga have recently acquired 25 seats in the assembly, as compared with the 45 held seats by Tokyoites first. Gains in the assembly would be good news of Suga and his party, because they had suffered three by election defeats in one day in April, and have been taken as sign of political stability. Suga has gone through his approval rating slump to the least since he has taken office in September, which had hit by the scandals and criticism of handling in pandemic.