The move follows a drop in Fumio Kishida’s ratings and public outrage over the ruling party’s links to a controversial religious group Newly appointed minister in charge of economic security Sanae Takaichi arrives at the Japanese prime minister’s office. © AP / Shuji Kajiyama

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida reshuffled his cabinet on Wednesday, removing several ministers linked to the controversial Unification Church, which came into the spotlight after the murder of former PM Shinzo Abe. (RT)