Reviews: Former Foreign Minister Matsumoto becomes Japan's new Interior Minister

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Tokyo, Nov 21 (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida appoints former Foreign Minister Takeaki Matsumoto as the new Interior Minister. "The basis of political engagement is the public's trust," said Kishida after the appointment of Matsumoto. "As a politician, I have to secure the public's trust by straining myself and checking my environment". Matsumoto was considered a favorite after the resignation of Interior Minister Minoru Terada. The government crisis in Japan had worsened with the third withdrawal of the minister within a few weeks. (Report by Elaine Lies, written by Katharina Loesche. If you have any questions, please contact our editorial team at [email protected] (for politics and economy) or [email protected] (for companies and markets).)

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