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Liberal Democratic Party Presidential Election Sanae Takaichi, former Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications, officially announces that he will run

 
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The composition of the election campaign is still in flux, but there is a growing view that Fumio Kishida, the former chairman of the political affairs and Mr. Takaichi, and Taro Kono, the minister in charge of administrative and regulatory reform, will play a central role. ..
 

Sanae Takaichi, a member of the House of Representatives from Nara XNUMXnd district and former Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications, officially participated in the LDP presidential election announced on September XNUMXth ... → Continue reading

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Minister of Special Affairs, Cabinet Office (in charge of regulatory reform)

Minister of Special Affairs, Cabinet Office (in charge of regulatory reform)(Nakakufutokumeitainto Udaijinkiseikaikakutanto,English: Minister of State for Regulatory Reform) IsJapan OfSecretary of State.Minister for Special Missions, Cabinet Officeone of.

Overview

Japan OfCabinet OfficePlaced inMinister for Special Missions, Cabinet Officeone of.mainlyRegulatory reformHave jurisdiction overSecretary of StateIs.The Cabinet Office has jurisdiction over regulatory reform組織As the Cabinet OfficeInternal departmentIsRegulatory Reform Promotion OfficeThe Minister of State for Regulatory Reform (in charge of regulatory reform) is in charge of these organizations.

Among the Minister of State for Special Missions of the Cabinet OfficeMinister for Special Missions, Cabinet Office (Okinawa and Northern Provinces),Minister of Special Affairs, Cabinet Office (Finance),Minister for Special Missions, Cabinet Office (in charge of consumer and food safety)The three ministersCabinet Office Establishment LawIs required by[1][2][3]..On the other hand, other Ministers of State for Special Missions of the Cabinet Office are not mandatory and can be flexibly set up according to the issues in charge.for that reason,administrationThere are fluctuations and fluctuations depending on the situation, and the titles do not always match.

Successive ministers

代NameCabinetInauguration dateRetirement dateFactionRemarks
Minister for Regulatory Reform
1Hashimoto Ryū tarō.jpgRyutaro HashimotoSecond Forest Remodeling Cabinet
(After reorganization of central ministries)
2001 May 42001 May 4LDP
2Nobuteru Ishihara cropped 3 Ishihara Nobuteru 2012.jpgNobuaki Ishihara1st Koizumi Cabinet2001/4/262003 May 9
 First remodeling CabinetStay
Minister of Special Affairs, Cabinet Office (in charge of regulatory reform)
1Kaneko-Kazuyoshi 2003.jpgKazuyoshi Kaneko First remodeling Cabinet2003/9/222003 May 11LDP
22st Koizumi Cabinet2003/11/192004 May 9Reappointment
3Seiichiro Murakami cropped 2 Seiichiro Murakami 200409.jpgSeiichiro Murakami Remodeling cabinet2004/9/272005 May 9
43st Koizumi Cabinet2005/9/212005 May 10Reappointment
5Koki Chuma-200610.jpgHiroki Nakama Remodeling cabinet2005/10/312006 May 9
6Gen'ichirō Sata.jpgGenichiro SadaFirst Abe Cabinet2006/9/262006 May 12
7Yoshimi Watanabe cropped 2 Yoshimi WatanabeJI1.jpgYoshimi Watanabe2006/12/282007 May 8
8Fumio Kishida cropped 2 John Kerry Fumio Kishida and Akitaka Saiki 20130414.jpgFumio Kishida Remodeling cabinet2007/8/272007 May 9
9Fukuda Yasuo Cabinet2007/9/262008 May 8Reappointment
10Kaoru Yosano cropped 2 Timothy Geithner and Kaoru Yosano 20090424.jpgKaoru Yosano Remodeling cabinet2008/8/22008 May 9
11Amari Akira 1-3.jpgAmari AkiraAso Cabinet2008/9/242009 May 9
(Abolished by the change of government in September 2009, revived by the change of government in December 9)
12Tomomi Inada 20161027.jpgTomomi InadaFirst Abe Cabinet2012 May 122014 May 9LDP
13Haruko Arimura.jpgArimura Haruko Remodeling cabinet2014/9/32014 May 12
14First Abe Cabinet2014/12/242015 May 10Reappointment
15Taro Kono 201510.jpgTaro Kono First remodeling Cabinet2015/10/72016 May 8
16Kozo Yamamoto 200609.jpgKozo Yamamoto First remodeling Cabinet2016/8/32017 May 8
17Kajiyama hiroshi.jpgHiroshi Kajiyama First remodeling Cabinet2017/8/32017 May 11
18First Abe Cabinet2017/11/12018 May 10Reappointment
19Satsuki Katayama (cropped) .jpgSatsuki Katayama First remodeling Cabinet2018/10/22019/9/11
20Seigo Kitamura.jpgSeigo Kitamura First remodeling Cabinet2019/9/112020/9/16
21Taro Kono 201510.jpgTaro KonoYoshihide Suga Cabinet2020/9/162021/10/4
22Karen Makishima 20211008.pngKaren MakishimaThe 1nd Kishida Cabinet2021/10/42021/11/10
23The 2nd Kishida Cabinet2021/11/10IncumbentReappointment
  • Minister for Special Missions, Cabinet OfficeUsually does not use algebraic notation, as multiple names may be appointed. However, in consideration of clarity, the algebra column is provided for convenience in this table.
  • Reappointments with appointments list the date of inauguration, and reappointments without appointments do not list the date of inauguration.
  • In the faction column, the political party to which he was inaugurated or when the Cabinet was established was listed.
  • 1st Koizumi 1st remodeling cabinetUntil now, it has been called the "Minister in charge of regulatory reform", and although there are differences in the notation of job titles, they are legally the same and are described for convenience.

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