Shinzō Abe

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Shinzō Abe

Pun Ministru ning Hapon
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Monarch Akihito
Deputy Tarō Asō (Designate)
Minalili kang Yoshihiko Noda

Mibait Septiembri 21 1954 (idad 62)
Nagato, Hapon
Partido political Liberal Democratic Party
Asawa Akie Matsuzaki
Pípagaralan  Seikei University
University of Southern California
Relihyun Buddhism ampong Shinto[1]

I Shinzō Abe (安倍 晋三 Abe Shinzō?, [abe ɕinzoː] ( makiramdam); mibait 21 Setiembre 1954) metung yang Hapon a pulitiku ampong kasalungsungan a Pamuntuk ning Liberal Democratic Party (LDP).[2] I Abe ing ka-90ng Pun Ministru ning Hapon, a miyalal king espesyal a sesyon ning Pambangsang Diet anyang 26 Setiembre 2006. Ya ing anak diling pun ministru ning Hapon kaibat ning Kadwang Gerang Pangyatu, ampo ing mumunang mibait kaybat ning gera. Ala yang pabanwang migsilbi, at migdimitir ya anyang 12 Setiembre 2007.[3] Elilan neng Yasuo Fukuda, a elilan da reng tuki-tuking Pun Ministrung e miras pabanwa.[4] Anyang 26 Septiembre 2012, simbut neng Abe ing sadyang Ministru ning Pamamingwa (Minister of Defense), i Shigeru Ishiba king alalan a run-off, at simbut ne ing alalang pang-pamuntuk ning LDP (LDP presidential election).[5] Megi yang Pun Ministrung pasibayu i Abe kaybat ning maragul a pamanyambut ning LDP king pangkabilugan a alalan ning 2012.

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Dalerayan[mag-edit | edit source]

  1. Seinseiren.org[1][suglung a mepatad]
  2. Foster, Malcolm (26 September 2012). Abe wins vote to lead Japan main opposition party. Retrieved on 26 September 2012.
  3. Nakata, Hiroko (13 September 2007). "Prime Minister Abe announces resignation", Japan Times. Retrieved on 13 September 2007. Archived from the original on 17 January 2010. 
  4. ".", CNN. [suglung a mepatad]
  5. "Japan ex-PM Shinzo Abe elected opposition leader", BBC News (26 September 2012). 

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Shintaro Abe
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Yoshirō Hayashi
Takeo Kawamura
Member of the House of Representatives
for Yamaguchi's 1st district

1993–1996
Served alongside: Yoshirō Hayashi, Takeo Kawamura, Takaaki Koga
Multi-member district eliminated
New constituency Member of the House of Representatives
for Yamaguchi's 4th district (single-member)

1996–present
Incumbent
Party political offices
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Taku Yamasaki
Secretary General of the Liberal Democratic Party
2003–2004
Menalili kaya
Tsutomu Takebe
Minuna kaya
Junichiro Koizumi
President of the Liberal Democratic Party
2006–2007
Menalili kaya
Yasuo Fukuda
Minuna kaya
Sadakazu Tanigaki
President of the Liberal Democratic Party
2012–present
Incumbent

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