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National Police Agency Commissioner-General Itaru Nakamura resigned from his post on Thursday, citing responsibility for the poor security measures that made possible the assassination of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

Nakamura expressed at a press conference that the police force needed to restructure and adopt new guidelines to prevent the recurrence of events such as the July 8 attack in Nara, Prensa Latina reported.

After Abe’s death, Nakamura said his resignation was a given, but first he had to watch over important events such as the former president’s state funeral, scheduled for September 27, and the Group of Nations summit. Seven that Hiroshima will welcome in 2023. .

The public resignation came after the National Public Security Commission reported on the results of the investigation into the operation carried out during the slain political leader’s campaign speech.

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