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Shinzo Abe Will Resign as Japan’s Prime Minister, Citing His Health

TOKYO—Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said he would resign mainly because of a unpleasant intestinal affliction, ending his rule after he held the best task more time than any one else.

Mr. Abe, sixty five many years old, said he would continue to be in business until a successor is preferred, probable in September. The ruling Liberal Democratic Bash has the power to make the choice—likely in a vote by get together lawmakers and other leaders—because it controls a the vast majority in parliament, which elects the primary minister.