Prime Minister of Japan


Shinzo AbeShinzo Abe

Date of Birth: 21 September 1954
Birth Place: Nagato, Japan
Political Party: Liberal Democratic Party
Arrival in Power: 28 December 2012
Religion: Shinto
Profession: Politician

Biography:


Shinzo Abe was born in Nagato, Japan, in 1954. Shinzo Abe is the current Prime Minister of Japan. Shinzo Abe studied at Seikei University and also at the University of Souther California. Shinzo Abe started his political career in 1993. Shinzo Abe Served as the Prime Minister of Japan from September 2006 to September 2007, until he suddenly resigned due to unpopularity. Shinzo Abe made his return as the Prime Minister of Japan in 2012 when his party won a majority in the general elections. It remains to be seen if his aggresive monetary policies will achieve its ambitious goals.


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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shinz%C5%8D_Abe

Updated on: December 21th, 2013

Prime Minister of Japan


Yoshihiko NodaYoshihiko Noda

Date of Birth: 20 May 1957
Birth Place: Funabashi, Japan
Political Party: Democratic Party
Arrival in Power: 2 September 2011
Religion: NA
Profession: NA

Biography:


Yoshihiko Noda was born in Funabashi, Japan, in 1957. Yoshihiko Noda was the Prime Minister of Japan. Yoshihiko Noda studied at Waseda University. Yoshihiko Noda was first elected to the Japanese parliament in 1993, he served as Japan's Minister of Finance from june 2010 to September 2011. Yoshihiko Noda became Prime Minister following the resignation of the previous Prime Minister Naoto Kan.


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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yoshihiko_Noda

Updated on: December 21th, 2013

Former Prime Minister of Japan


Naoto KanNaoto Kan

Date of Birth: 10 October 1946
Birth Place: Ube, Japan
Political Party: Democratic Party
Arrival in Power: 8 June 2010
Religion: NA
Profession: NA

Biography:


Naoto Kan was born in Ube, Japan, in 1946. Naoto Kan was the Prime Minister of Japan. Naoto Kan studied at the Tokyo Institute of Technology. Naoto Kan was first elected to the Japanese parliament in 1980, he served in several ministerial posts before becoming prime minister in 2010. Naoto Kan became Prime Minister following the resignation of the previous Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama.


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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naoto_Kan

Updated on: December 21th, 2013