Tokyo, Sept. 17 -- : Yoshihide Suga, who took charge as the new Prime Minister of Japan as the successor of Shinzo Abe and formed a cabinet of familiar faces on Wednesday said that he was "determined to tear down bureaucratic sectionalism", as per the Prime Minister's office.

"I am Suga Yoshihide. I was inaugurated as the 99th Prime Minister of Japan. I am determined to tear down bureaucratic sectionalism, vested interests, and notorious habit of following precedents," the tweet from the Prime Minister's office read.

"I'll advance regulatory reforms and give birth to a cabinet that works for the people," the tweet further read.

Suga's cabinet included Finance Minister Taro Aso, Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi and Environment Minister ...