Tsutomu Hata

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Person.png Tsutomu Hata  Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(politician)
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Born24 August 1935
Tokyo, Japan
Died28 August 2017 (Age 82)
Member ofLe Cercle, Trilateral Commission
PartyLiberal Democratic Party
Le Cercle

Employment.png Prime Minister of Japan Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
28 April 1994 - 30 June 1994

Employment.png Deputy Prime Minister of Japan

In office
9 August 1993 - 28 April 1994

Employment.png Japan/Minister of Foreign Affairs

In office
9 August 1993 - 28 April 1994

Employment.png Japan/Minister of Finance

In office
5 November 1991 - 12 December 1992

Employment.png Japan/Minister of Agriculture,  Forestry and Fisheries

In office
27 December 1988 - 3 June 1989

Employment.png Japan/Minister of Agriculture,  Forestry and Fisheries

In office
28 December 1985 - 22 July 1986

Tsutomu Hata was a Japanese politician was a Japanese politician of the Minshintō[1] (Democratic Progressive Party, DP) and from 1969 to 2012 Member of the Shūgiin, the lower house, most recently for the Minshutō (Democratic Party, DPJ). In the party there was a faction of its own behind him, the Hata group.

He was the 51st Prime Minister of Japan from April 28, 1994 to June 30, 1994. In the 1980s he had risen to become a leading politician of the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and when he left the party in 1993 he helped trigger the latter's first loss of power. [2]

Connections

Tsutomu Hata was mentioned as a speaker at the Cercle in a 2012 invitation letter from Michael Ancram to Abdulaziz bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz.[3]


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