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  • the Tokyo 2020 Olympics Committee President Yoshiro Mori has now resigned over the sexist remarks he's made that sparked outcry at home and abroad.

  • Maury apologized again and stepped down at a meeting on Friday.

  • Olimpico Pinto three important thing is for the Olympics to be held in July on in order to hold the Olympics.

  • If my presence is a hindrance to the preparations, things cannot be allowed.

  • Former Japanese prime minister started the controversy when he said that women talk too much when he led a meeting earlier this month.

  • He initially refused calls for his resignation and apologized at the time, but the pressure became too much after a second sexist remark.

  • It's not immediately clear who replaced him.

  • Mori had asked the mayor of the Olympic village, Saburo Kawabuchi, to take his position, but local media report that the mayor has declined.

  • There had also been some public criticism at the prospect of Kawabuchi taking over being another older man, 84 years old.

  • One Reuters source says that many officials want a woman to replace Maury.

  • Local media also report that Olympics Minister Saeko Hashimoto is being considered.

the Tokyo 2020 Olympics Committee President Yoshiro Mori has now resigned over the sexist remarks he's made that sparked outcry at home and abroad.

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Tokyo Olympics chief quits, apologizes again over sexist remarks

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/02/13
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