To his credit, this is one of the more advanced tech problems a Japanese politician has experienced.
Earlier this week Japan welcomed its 100th Prime Minister Fumio Kishida into office. As a part of the change came a cabinet shuffle in which Shinjiro Koizumi was replaced as Minister of the Environment.
Koizumi had certainly left his mark, however, having implemented a charge on plastic shopping bags which is said to have reduced plastic consumption nationwide. He was also famous for having notoriously vowed to make the fight against climate change “sexy” in 2019. His use of a rather