Governor Hirai of Tottori Prefecture proposes XNUMX items to candidates for the LDP presidential election as chairman of the National Governors' Association (Tottori, Tokyo)
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The National Governors' Association has asked four candidates for answers by this Friday, and will announce the contents of the answers.
Governor Hirai of Tottori Prefecture will be the chairman of the National Governors' Association today for the four candidates in the current LDP presidential election. → Continue reading
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National Governors' Association
National Governors' AssociationIs theLocal government lawEstablished under Article 263-3Prefectural governorNational federation of. It mainly makes requests and policy recommendations to the national government regarding local government finance. Abbreviation isNGA (National Governors' Association). National Prefectural Assembly Presidency,National Mayors' Association, National City Council Presidency,National town and village association, Together with the National AssemblyLocal autonomyAn establishment measures council is organized.
- 1947 May 10 -Established National Federation of Local Governments
- 1950 May 10 -Renamed to current name
Area blockSome prefectures on the border of have participated in multiple block governors' associations.
- Hokkaido Tohoku Governor's Association
- Kanto Governor's Association
- Kita-Kanto Banetsu Governors Meeting
- Chubu Governor Meeting
- Kinki Block Governor's Association
- Chugoku Governor's Association
- Governor of Shikoku
- Kyushu Governor's Association
The term of office of the chairman is two years. Since 2, elected by election from candidates who have run for the recommendation of five governors.
|National Governors Association Chairman|
|First generation||Seiichiro Yasui||Governor of Tokyo||1947/101 day-1959 May 4|
|2nd generation||Ryutaro Azuma||Governor of Tokyo||19595 5 day-1967 May 4|
|3nd generation||Mikine Kuwahara||Governor of Aichi Prefecture||1967May 5-10 May 2|
|4nd generation||Kimura Morie||Fukushima Governor||1975May 5-23 8 2 days|
|5nd generation||Ryzo Okuda||Governor of Nara||1976May 8-24 7 9 days|
|6nd generation||Shunichi Suzuki||Governor of Tokyo||1980May 7-18 May 4|
|7nd generation||Shiro Nagano||Governor of Okayama Prefecture||1995May 5-November 23, 1996|
|8nd generation||Yoshihiko Tsuchiya||Governor of Saitama Prefecture||October 1996, 11-21May 7|
|9nd generation||Takuji Kajiwara||Governor of Gifu Prefecture||2003May 9-12 2 2 days|
|10nd generation||Aso Watari||Governor of Fukuoka Prefecture||2005May 2-17 May 4|
|11nd generation||Keiji Yamada||Governor of Kyoto||2011May 4-26 May 4|
|12nd generation||Kiyoshi Ueda||Governor of Saitama Prefecture||2018May 4-17 May 8|
|13nd generation||Kamen Iizumi||Tokushima Governor||20199 3 day-2021 9 2 days|
|14nd generation||Shinji Hirai||Governor of Tottori Prefecture||20219 3rd-Incumbent|
- National Governor's Conference: Held twice a year (July and December).
- Senior Vice President Meeting
- Local government meeting -Governor's meeting in the era of elected governors
- Designated city mayors' association
- Core City Mayors' Association
- National Mayors' Association
- National town and village association
- National Governor's Association -American equivalent
- -Korean equivalent