Mr. Saburo Kawabuchi, the former chairman of the Japanese football league, J-league, is infamous for his sympathy towards far-right wing opinions. He might be even worse than Mr. Mori, who is about to resign as Tokyo Olympics chief.
Yoshiro Mori, president of the Tokyo Olympics committee, is expected to resign on Friday, a little over a week after he unleashed a firestorm when he suggested that women talk too much in meetings.
Tokyo Olympics Chief Yoshiro Mori resigns after sexist remarks.
He reportedly said women talk too much and have a “strong sense of rivalry” during a board meeting earlier this month. https://t.co/nebmdtXpbJ
The president of the Tokyo Olympic organizing committee is expected to resign over sexist comments, but the issue of gender inequality in Japan isn't going away.
By @StephenWadeAP: https://t.co/VEhJd9K0KH
Head of Tokyo 2020 Olympics resigns after saying “women talk too much” during meetings. Why does this matter? Comments like that impact on women in meetings all over the place. Nothing triumphant in seeing resignation, just sadness this crap still goes on https://t.co/vKTnPEr7au
'You can't just say that things have changed because he's resigned': Activists call for more radical reform by Tokyo Olympics organisers, whose boss Yoshiro Mori is set to step down later today.
By @AFP's @Andrew_McKirdyhttps://t.co/VD5zVdBZ1F
Tokyo 2020 President Yoshiro Mori resigned over his sexist remarks that sparked a global outcry, leaving the troubled Olympics searching for a chief five months before the start of the Games https://t.co/j7p1fHjITr #Tokyo2020
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