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Yukio Hatoyama Cabinet

Yukio Hatoyama Cabinet(Yukio Hatoyama) isMember of the House of Representatives,Democratic Party Representative OfYukio HatoyamaIs the 93thPrime MinisterWas appointed to2009 (Heisei21 years)May 9から2010 (22)May 6Continued untilJapanese Cabinet.

45th House of Representatives general electionInDemocratic PartyFollowing the overwhelming victory of the Democratic Party,Social Democrats,New National PartyThree-party coalition government (Minsha United Nations Administration) Was established.Non-LDP and non-communist coalition governmentIs born1994 OfHaneda CabinetIt was the first time in 15 years since then,1993 OfHosokawa Cabinet, The Hata Cabinet of the following year was also a non-Liberal Democratic and non-Communist Cabinet, but the first party for comparison wasLDPMet.

Cabinet face, personnel affairs

Secretary of State

Appointed on May 2009, 21[1]..266 days in office.

job titleNameOrigin etc.Special matters, etc.Remarks
Prime MinisterYukio HatoyamaHatoyama Yukio.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Hatoyama G
First entry into the cabinet
Democratic Party Representative
Deputy Prime Minister
Minister for Special Missions, Cabinet Office
(Economic and fiscal policy
Naoto KanKan Naoto.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Suga G)
National Strategy
(Exempted on January 2010, 1)
Temporary Deputy Prime Minister
No. 1 in office (Deputy Prime Minister)
Re-entry
Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications
Minister for Special Missions, Cabinet Office
(Promotion of regional sovereignty
Kazuhiro HaraguchiKazuhiro Haraguchi cropped Kazuhiro Haraguchi 201006.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Haneda G
First entry into the cabinet
Minister of JusticeKeiko ChibaKeiko Chiba Kawasaki campaign cropped.jpgHouse of Councilors
Democratic Party
(Sideways G
Temporary Deputy Prime Minister
Inauguration ranking 5th → 4th[Annotation 1]
First entry into the cabinet
Minister of Foreign AffairsKatsuya OkadaKatsuya Okada (2010) .jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Non-faction)
First entry into the cabinet
Minister of FinanceHirohisa FujiiHirohisa Fujii.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Ozawa G
Temporary Deputy Prime Minister
4th place in office
Re-entry
June 2010, 1 exemption
Naoto KanKan Naoto.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Suga G
Temporary Deputy Prime Minister
Inauguration ranking 1st (Deputy Prime Minister
June 2010, 1
Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and TechnologyKawabata TatsuoTatsuo Kawabata cropped 2 Tatsuo Kawabata and David Warren 20120606.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Kawabata G
(Hatoyama G)
National Diet Library
Liaison and Coordination Committee Member

Temporary Deputy Prime Minister
Inauguration order- → 5th place[Annotation 1]
First entry into the cabinet
Minister of Health, Labour and WelfareAkira NagatsumaNagatsuma Akira 1-1.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Non-faction)
pensionReformFirst entry into the cabinet
Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and FisheriesHirotaka AkamatsuHirotaka Akamatsu.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Yokomichi G)
First entry into the cabinet
Minister of Economy, Trade and IndustryMasayuki NaoshimaMasayuki Naoshima cropped 2 Masayuki Naoshima 20100130.jpgHouse of Councilors
Democratic Party
(Kawabata G)
(Hatoyama G)
First entry into the cabinet
Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport
Minister for Special Missions, Cabinet Office
(Okinawa and northern measures
Seiji MaeharaSeiji Maehara cropped 2 William Hague and Members of the UK-Japan 21st Century Group 20130502.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Maehara G
First entry into the cabinet
Minister of the EnvironmentKeito OzawaSakihito Ozawa cropped 1 Members of the Global Legislators Organization for a Balanced Environment Edward Davey and Tim Hitchens 20130530.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Hatoyama G)
First entry into the cabinet
Minister of DefenseToshimi KitazawaKitazawa Toshimi 1-3.jpgHouse of Councilors
Democratic Party
(Haneda G)
First entry into the cabinet
Chief Cabinet SecretaryHirofumi HiranoHirofumi Hirano in Kadena Air Base cropped.pngHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Hatoyama G)
Temporary Deputy Prime Minister
2th place in office
First entry into the cabinet
National Public Safety Commission ChairNakaiHiroshi Nakai.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Ozawa G)
(Kawabata G)
Abduction issue charge
Temporary Deputy Prime Minister
3th place in office
Re-entry
Minister for Special Missions, Cabinet Office
(金融
Kamei ShizukaShizuka Kamei cropped Shizuka Kamei.jpgHouse of Representatives
New National Party
Postal ReformRe-entry
National New Party Representative
Minister for Special Missions, Cabinet Office
(Consumer and food safety
(Countermeasures to the falling birthrate
(Gender equality
Mizuho FukushimaMizuho Fukushima cropped 2 Mizuho Fukushima.jpgHouse of Councilors
Social Democrats
First entry into the cabinet
Social Democratic Party leader
June 2010, 5 exemption
Hirofumi HiranoHirofumi Hirano in Kadena Air Base cropped.pngHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Hatoyama G)
Temporary Deputy Prime Minister
2th place in office
Administrative agent
June 2010, 5
Also serves as Chief Cabinet Secretary
Minister for Special Missions, Cabinet Office
(Administrative renewal
Yuto SenyaYoshito Sengoku --World Economic Forum Annual Meeting Davos 2010.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Maehara G)
Civil servant system reform charge
National Strategy
(Reappointed on January 2010, 1)
First entry into the cabinet
June 2010, 2 exemption
Yukio EdanoYukio Edano cropped 2 Yukio Edano 201210.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Maehara G)
(Suga G)
First entry into the cabinet
June 2010, 2
Minister for Special Missions, Cabinet Office
(Science and technology policy
Naoto KanNaoto Kan cropped 3 Naoto Kan 2 20110129.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Suga G)
Temporary Deputy Prime Minister
No. 1 in office (Deputy Prime Minister)
June 2010, 1 exemption
Kawabata TatsuoTatsuo Kawabata cropped 2 Tatsuo Kawabata and David Warren 20120606.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Kawabata G)
(Hatoyama G)
Temporary Deputy Prime Minister
(Inauguration order- →) 5th place
June 2010, 1
Minister for Special Missions, Cabinet Office
(Disaster prevention
Seiji MaeharaSeiji Maehara cropped 2 William Hague and Members of the UK-Japan 21st Century Group 20130502.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Maehara G)
June 2010, 1 exemption
NakaiHiroshi Nakai.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Ozawa G)
(Kawabata G)
June 2010, 1
Minister for Special Missions, Cabinet Office
("New public"
(Minister of State for the New Mission (in charge of "new public") not yet established)Installed on February 2010, 2
Yuto SenyaYoshito Sengoku --World Economic Forum Annual Meeting Davos 2010.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Maehara G)
Civil servant system reform charge
National Strategy
June 2010, 2

Deputy Secretary of the Cabinet Secretariat, Director-General of the Cabinet Legislation Bureau

Appointed on May 2009, 21[1].

job titleNameOrigin etc.Special matters, etc.Remarks
Deputy Secretary-General, Cabinet SecretariatMatsuno YorihisaYorihisa Matsuno 200909.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Hatoyama G)
Political affairs
Koji MatsuiKoji Matsui cropped 2 Koji Matsui 20090916.jpgHouse of Councilors
Democratic Party
(Maehara G)
Political affairs
Kinya TakinoTakino Kinya.jpgMinistry of Internal Affairs and CommunicationsOffice worker
Cabinet Legal Affairs BureauReiichi MiyazakiReiichi Miyazaki cropped Reiichi Miyazaki 200609.jpgMinistry of JusticeJune 2010, 1 exemption
Shinichiro KajitaShinichiro Kajita cropped Shinichiro Kajita 201101.jpgMinistry of Internal Affairs and CommunicationsJune 2010, 1

Deputy Minister

Appointed on September 2009, 21.

job titleNameBackgroundRemarks
Deputy Minister of the Cabinet OfficeAtsushi OshimaHouse of Representatives/Democratic Party(Hatoyama G
Furukawa MotohisaHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Maehara G
Kohei OtsukaHouse of Councilors/ Democratic Party (non-faction)
Vice Minister of Internal Affairs and CommunicationsAmane WatanabeHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Maehara G)
Masamitsu NaitoHouse of Councilors / Democratic Party (Suga G
Deputy Minister of JusticeKoichi KatoHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Suga G)
Deputy Foreign MinisterKoichi TakemasaHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Noda G-Ozawa G
Tetsuro FukuyamaHouse of Councilors / Democratic Party (Maehara G)
Vice Minister of FinanceYoshihiko NodaHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Noda G)
Naoki MinezakiHouse of Councilors / Democratic Party (Sideways G
Deputy Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and TechnologyMasaharu NakagawaHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Haneda G
Hiroshi SuzukiHouse of Councilors / Democratic Party (Hatoyama G / Maehara G)
Deputy Minister of Health, Labor and WelfareHosokawa RitsuoHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Suga G)
Hiroyuki NagahamaHouse of Councilors / Democratic Party (Noda G)
Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and FisheriesMasahiko YamadaHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Ozawa G)
Gunji AkiraHouse of Councilors / Democratic Party (Yokomichi G)
Deputy Minister of Economy, Trade and IndustryTeruhiko MasukoHouse of Councilors / Democratic Party (Haneda G)
Tadahiro MatsushitaHouse of Representatives/New National Party
Deputy Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and TourismKiyomi TsujimotoHouse of Representatives/Social DemocratsJune 2010, 5 exemption[Annotation 2]
Sumio MabuchiHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (non-faction)
Vice Minister of the EnvironmentIssei TajimaHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Maehara G)
State Minister of DefenseKazuya ShimbaHouse of Councilors / Democratic Party (Hatoyama G)

Minister of Parliament

Appointed on September 2009, 21.

job titleNameBackgroundRemarks
Parliamentary Vice-Minister of Cabinet OfficeKenta IzumiHouse of Representatives/Democratic Party(Maehara G
Kenji TamuraHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Suga G
Keisuke TsumuraHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Suga G, Maehara G)
Minister of Internal Affairs and CommunicationsJunya OgawaHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Maehara G)
Takeshi ShinaHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Ozawa G
Norimasa HasegawaHouse of Councilors/New National Party
Parliamentary Secretary of JusticeTetsuji NakamuraHouse of Councilors / Democratic Party (Maehara G)
Parliamentary Vice-Minister for Foreign AffairsShuji KiraHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Ozawa G)
Chinami NishimuraHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Suga G)
Parliamentary Vice-Minister of FinanceHiroshi OgushiHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Noda G
Shinichiro FurumotoHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Kawabata G-Hatoyama G
Parliamentary Vice-Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and TechnologySaito GotoHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Haneda G
Miho TakaiHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Maehara G, Kan G)
Parliamentary Vice-Minister of Health, Labor and WelfareKazunori YamaiHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Maehara G, Kan G)
Shinya AdachiHouse of Councilors / Democratic Party (non-faction)
Parliamentary Vice-Minister for Agriculture, Forestry and FisheriesTakahiro SasakiHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Sideways G
Yasue FunayamaHouse of Councilors / Democratic Party (Suga G)
Parliamentary Vice-Minister of Economy, Trade and IndustryYosuke KondoHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Noda G)
Chiaki TakahashiHouse of Councilors / Democratic Party (Hatoyama G)
Parliamentary Vice-Minister of Land, Infrastructure and TransportTakashi NagayasuHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Maehara G)
Crescent TaizoHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Kawabata G)
Fujimoto YujiHouse of Councilors / Democratic Party (Noda G)
Parliamentary Vice-Minister of the EnvironmentNobumori OtaniHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (non-faction)
Parliamentary Vice-Minister of DefenseDaizo KusudaHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Haneda G, Noda G)
Akihisa NagashimaHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Noda G, Kan G)

Assistant to the Prime Minister

Appointed on September 2009, 21.

job titleNameBackgroundPerson in charge, etc.Remarks
Assistant to the Prime MinisterYoshikatsu NakayamaHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Hatoyama G)In charge of SME measures and regional revitalization measures
Satoshi AraiHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Suga GNational Strategy2009 May 10Ren
Katsuya OgawaHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Hatoyama G)Agricultural, mountain and fishing village area revitalization charge2009 May 12Ren
Seiji OsakaHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Suga G)In charge of regional sovereignty, regional revitalization and local administrationJune 2009, 12

Power chart

* Initially when the Cabinet was established (excluding the transfer of office work from the former Cabinet).
* Deputy Secretary of the Cabinet Secretariat (political affairs) is included in the deputy ministers.
NameSecretary of StateDeputy MinisterParliamentary SecretaryAideOther
MinshiyuDemocratic Party1522242Chairman of the House of Representatives,Chairman of the House of Councilors
KokuminshinNew National Party1110
Shy MinshiyuSocial Democrats1100
 1724252

Nomination vote for the leader

172th Diet
2009 (Heisei 21)/9/16
  • House of Representatives[2]
Yukio Hatoyama(Democratic Party)-327 vote,Masatoshi Wakabayashi(Liberal Democratic Party)-119 votes,Yamaguchi Natsuo(Komeito)-21 votes,Shizu Kazuo(Japan Communist Party)-9 votes,Hiranuma Yoshio(Independent)-4 votes[Annotation 3]
  • House of Councilors[3]
Yukio Hatoyama(Democratic Party)-124 vote, Masatoshi Wakabayashi (Liberal Democratic Party)-84 votes, Natsuo Yamaguchi (Komeito)-21 votes, Kazuo Shii (Japanese Communist Party)-7 votes, White votes-1 vote[Annotation 4]

Cabinet movement

Inauguration

2009 (21)May 8,45th House of Representatives general electionIs enforced,Democratic PartyWon overwhelmingly with 3 seats, nearly two-thirds of the total seats[Annotation 5]..Go backMay 8, Democratic PartySocial Democrats-New National PartyThe three parties had announced "a common policy for the lower house election", but in response to the result of the general electionMay 9A party leader meeting was held in Japan, and opinions were struck on 3 policy areas.Coalition governmentWas agreed to be established[4]..This is the Democratic PartyHouse of CouncilorsBecause it does not have a majority of seats in Japan, a coalition with the two parties was indispensable for stable administration.

May 9,Democratic Party Representative OfYukio Hatoyama 国会The Hatoyama Cabinet was inaugurated on the same day after being nominated by the Prime Minister.In the previous cabinetCabinetIt was usual for new ministers to be called in on the day and told about the post, but in this cabinet, the appointment of ministers was unofficially decided by the day before, and the post was shown to the prospective new ministers.This centralizes policy decisions to the CabinetadministrationIs part of the policy[5][Broken link], To entrust the selection of deputy ministers to the new minister[6][Broken link]Is.In addition, the inaugural press conference of the new ministers held after the announcement of the ministerial list was "Bureaucratic initiativeAs a symbol ofCabinetI did it later[5].

Achievements

(I.e.Officials-Politically drivenWith the National Strategy OfficeAdministrative reform meetingWas installed.Democrats in the House of Representatives electionChild allowance,highwayGovernment to make it free of chargePledgeHowever, due to the problem of financial resources, it was implemented only incompletely.else,Business sorting, High school tuition free of charge, etc. were implemented.For policy decisionsDemocratic Party Secretary OfIchiro OzawaIs believed to have exerted a strong influence.

At the first cabinet meeting, the "National Strategy Office" (after legislation)National Strategy Bureau(Planned to be upgraded to) was instructed by Hatoyama, and at the subsequent Ministerial Advisory Panel.Under Secretary MeetingAbolition[7]And the announcement of the official opinion of the governmentDeputy Minister-Parliamentary Secretary) Was confirmed, and the Cabinet started in the form of appealing "dependence on bureaucrats".[8].May 9The Cabinet decided to establish an administrative reform meeting as the centerpiece of the new administration along with the National Strategy Office.Immediately after the formation of the mediapollThen.popularityHas exceeded 70% across the board, reaching a high level of 2nd or 3rd place in history.[9].

In charge of the National Strategy Office and the Administrative Renewal Conference as a new innovationSecretary of StateA new post has been created.Also, the Minister of State for National StrategyNaoto Kan Temporary Deputy Prime MinisterDesignated as the first rank ofDeputy Prime MinisterGiven the title of[Annotation 6]..The deputy prime minister will be set upFirst Hashimoto Cabinet OfWataru KuboSince (Social Democratic Party).note that,Prime minister's residenceThere is a deputy prime minister's office in the area, but since the deputy prime minister has never been appointed since the official residence was completed, it will be used for the first time.Leaders from the Social Democratic Party and the People's New Party (Mizuho Fukushima,Kamei Shizuka) Is in the cabinet, other ministerial posts are occupied by the Democratic Party, following the Aso CabinetEntering the cabinet from the private sectorThere was no.

Before the Democratic Party of Japan elected the House of RepresentativesOppositionThe fifth Yukio Hatoyama, who sometimes "organized"Next CabinetFrom ", 21 out of 3 people actually took the same position.Also, in 2005 (Heisei 17)ManifestThe idea of ​​"creating a team in which the main ministers and others were decided in advance in order to avoid confusion immediately after the inauguration of the government" was struck down by the intention of Ichiro Ozawa.[10][Broken link].

Resignation

At the beginning of the Cabinet, the approval rating was over 70%, but Hatoyama himself and Ichiro Ozawa had financial problems.Futenma base relocation problemThe approval rating plummeted due to the confusion over.

Regarding the Futenma base relocation problem, we overturned the Japan-US agreement during the LDP administration and pursued the relocation of the base outside the prefecture, but we could not realize it and tried to settle it in a state close to the original plan.[Annotation 7]..This response has led to the withdrawal of the Social Democratic Party from the coalition.[11], Request to resign from Hatoyama within the Democratic Party (Grated Hatoyama) Happened[12].

Hatoyama Cabinet2010 (22)May 6ToCabinet resignationAt the same time, Ichiro Ozawa was retired from the secretary general.[13]..Became a new representative of the Democratic Party to succeedNaoto KanWas nominated.Authentication formulaHatoyama CabinetExecution CabinetAsMay 6Survived until.Hatoyama CabinetRegime changeI was forced to resign in less than 9 months.The term of office is 266 days,2018 (30) PresentAfter the warAs a cabinet established inHigashi Kumon Palace Cabinet(54 days),Haneda Cabinet(64 days),Ishibashi Cabinet(65 days),Uno Cabinet(69 days),Ashida Cabinet(220 days),Suibara Cabinet(226 days),Hosokawa CabinetIt is the eighth short-lived cabinet after (263 days).

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  1. ^ a b 2010 (22)May 1Since Hirohisa Fujii, who is ranked 4th in the temporary deputy appointment of the Prime Minister, has resigned from the Minister of Finance, the appointment of ministers who are 5th or lower has been moved up or newly set.
  2. ^ Resignation due to the withdrawal of the Social Democratic Party.
  3. ^ Democratic Party 312, Social Democratic Party 7, Social Democratic Party XNUMX, in HatoyamaEveryone's party5, People's New Party 3 voted.Liberal Democratic Party 119 for Wakabayashi, Komeito 21 for Yamaguchi, Communist Party 9 for Shii, HiranumaMeeting to protect national interest and people's lives3 (Minoru Jo, Hiranuma), Independent 1 (Kishiro Nakamura).
  4. ^ Democratic Party / Shinryokufukai 117, Social Democratic Party 5, Independent 2 (XNUMX)Keiko Itozuka,Ryuhei Kawada) Vote.Liberal Democratic Party / Reform Club 119 for Wakabayashi, Komeito 21 for Yamaguchi, Communist Party 7 for Shii, Independent 1 for white votes (Akiko Shandong).
  5. ^ this isSecond World WarAfterHouse of RepresentativesOne inPolitical partyAs the number of seats occupied by1986 general electionInYasuhiro NakasonePresidentLeadLDPIt is the largest, exceeding the 304 seats won by.
  6. ^ Cabinet ActThen, if the Prime Minister is absent, the Minister of State is stipulated to take up the post, and the order of which minister will take the position is to be specified in advance.Previously, it was customary for the Chief Cabinet Secretary to be designated as the first rank.Aso CabinetBut the Chief Cabinet SecretaryTakeo KawamuraWas designated as the first rank.If a person other than the Chief Cabinet Secretary is designated as the first rank, the designated person will be "Deputy Prime MinisterIs commonly known as.
  7. ^ However, as a result of not promptly agreeing and extending to the Nago Mayoral election, the opposition candidate recommended by the Democratic PartyNagoAt the time of becoming the chief, the LDP has commented that this draft is not feasible.

Source

  1. ^ a b "Kanpo" extra "Investiture and Resignation", September 21, 9]
  2. ^ Extra "Government Bulletin" "172nd Diet Minutes No. 1", dated September 21, 9
  3. ^ Extra "Government Bulletin" "172nd Diet Minutes of the House of Councilors No. 1", September 21, 9
  4. ^ “Three-party coalition government agreement” (PDF) (Press Release), Democratic Party, (September 2009, 9), http://www.dpj.or.jp/news/files/20090909goui.pdf 2009/9/16Browse. 
  5. ^ a b "Hatoyama administration: Aiming to unify policy decisions in front of" bureaucrats "". Mainichi Newspapers(July 2009, 9). http://mainichi.jp/select/seiji/news/20090905k0000m010149000c.html 2009/9/17Browse. 
  6. ^ "Prioritize harmony over Hatoyama color = clear group equilibrium-Ministerial personnel". Newsletter(July 2009, 9). http://www.jiji.co.jp/jc/c?g=pol_30&rel=j7&k=2009091600011 2009/9/17Browse. 
  7. ^ Mainichi Shimbun Political Department 2009, pp. 26–29.
  8. ^ “Hatoyama“ De-bureaucratic Cabinet ”started, staffing, veteran treatment”. Kyodo News(July 2009, 9). http://www.47news.jp/CN/200909/CN2009091601000915.html 2009/9/17Browse. 
  9. ^ “Hatoyama Cabinet, approval rating exceeds 70%, the highest level in history, 2nd or 3rd place”. Evening Fuji (Sokoku Shimbun). (November 2009, 9). http://www.zakzak.co.jp/society/politics/news/20090918/plt0909181241000-n1.htm 2009/10/30Browse. 
  10. ^ “Secretary-general Okada's“ intention ”government transition team concept is also clouded out”. Sankei Shimbun: p. 2. (September 2009, 9). http://sankei.jp.msn.com/politics/situation/090902/stt0909020032001-n2.htm 2009/11/6Browse. 
  11. ^ "Social Democratic Party coalition withdrawal / Hatoyama administration in crisis". Kahoku Shimpo(July 2010, 5). http://www.kahoku.co.jp/shasetsu/2010/05/20100531s02.htm 2010/6/8Browse. 
  12. ^ Approximately 30 minutes re-meeting with the Prime Minister and Mr. Ozawa Nihon Keizai Shimbun January 2010, 6
  13. ^ "Prime Minister Hatoyama resigns, Secretary General Ozawa resigns, Futenma takes responsibility for political funding". Kyodo News(July 2010, 6). http://www.47news.jp/CN/201006/CN2010060201000129.html 2010/6/8Browse. 

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Naoto Kan Cabinet

Naoto Kan Cabinet(I don't know what to do)Deputy Prime MinisterandMinister of Finance,Member of the House of Representativesas well as the Democratic Party Representative OfNaoto KanIs the 94thPrime MinisterWas appointed to2010 (Heisei22 years)May 6から2010 (Heisei22 years)May 9Continued untilJapanese Cabinet.

Overview

2010 (22)May 6,Yukio Hatoyama Cabinet ResignationAnd it was done on the same dayDemocratic Party for the Democratic PartyWas elected as a new representativeNaoto Kan Prime MinisterWas appointed to.EmperorbyInauguration ceremony(Appointment ceremony)May 6Even after the former Cabinet resignedExecution CabinetAs about 4 days,CabinetPerformed the duties of[1][2].

Murayama Cabinet OfMurayama Tomi CityJapan Socialist Party ChairmanFor the first time in 16 years since (at that time)LDPThe prime minister who has no experience of enrollment was born[3].

The Kan Cabinet does not have a Deputy Prime Minister established by the Hatoyama Cabinet.again,Yuto SenyaMinister for National Strategy Chief Cabinet SecretaryWas appointed toYoshihiko NodaVice Minister of Finance Minister of FinanceToMasahiko YamadaDeputy Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Each was promoted.Keiko ChibaMinister of JusticeIs June22rd House of Councilors ordinary election(The incumbent minister was defeated in 200042th House of Representatives general electionAtSecond Mori Cabinet OfTokuichiro TamazawaAgriculture MinisterRyuji FukayaMinister of International Trade and IndustryIt's been 10 years since then[4]),as a resultCivilian ministerIt became.In addition, having a member of parliament as a parentMinisterIt is,NakaiNational Public Safety Commission ChairStayed only.

Because 17 of the 11 Hatoyama Cabinet members were reappointedCabinet without a houseYoshihiko Noda,Koichiro Genba,Lotusな どIchiro OzawaDemocratic Party SecretaryBecause a person who keeps a distance from the cabinet has newly entered the cabinet, the cabinet has a clearer "de-Ozawa" color than the previous cabinet.[5].

Only 4 days after the inauguration of the CabinetMay 6Of the People's New Party representativeKamei ShizukaResigned as Minister of Finance and Minister of Postal Reform.Yuto SenyaAfter the Chief Cabinet Secretary's temporary administrative deputy, the same day after the People's New PartyShozaburo JimiIs appointed as a successor.

34 days after the inauguration of the CabinetHouse of Councilors ordinary electionIt was the shortest record ever to enter the polling day.

Secretary of State

job titleNameOrigin etc.Special matters, etc.Remarks
Prime MinisterNaoto KanKan Naoto.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Suga G
Democratic Party Representative
Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications
Minister for Special Missions, Cabinet Office
(Promotion of regional sovereignty
Kazuhiro HaraguchiKazuhiro Haraguchi cropped Kazuhiro Haraguchi 201006.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Haneda G
Reappointment
Minister of JusticeKeiko ChibaKeiko Chiba Kawasaki campaign cropped.jpgHouse of Councilors
→ Private sector[A 1]
Democratic Party
(Sideways G
Temporary Deputy Prime Minister
5th place in office
Reappointment
Minister of Foreign AffairsKatsuya OkadaOkada Katsuya 1-1.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Non-faction)
Temporary Deputy Prime Minister
2th place in office
Reappointment
Minister of FinanceYoshihiko NodaYoshihiko Noda-3.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Noda G
First entry into the cabinet
Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
Minister for Special Missions, Cabinet Office
(Science and technology policy
Kawabata TatsuoTatsuo Kawabata cropped 2 Tatsuo Kawabata and David Warren 20120606.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Kawabata G
National Diet Library
Liaison and Coordination Committee
Reappointment
Minister of Health, Labour and WelfareAkira NagatsumaNagatsuma Akira 1-1.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Non-faction)
pensionReformReappointment
Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and FisheriesMasahiko YamadaMasahiko Yamada.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Ozawa G)
First entry into the cabinet
Minister of Economy, Trade and IndustryMasayuki NaoshimaMasayuki Naoshima cropped 2 Masayuki Naoshima 20100130.jpgHouse of Councilors
Democratic Party
(Kawabata G)
Reappointment
Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport
Minister for Special Missions, Cabinet Office
(Okinawa and northern measures
Seiji MaeharaSeiji Maehara cropped 2 William Hague and Members of the UK-Japan 21st Century Group 20130502.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Maehara G
Temporary Deputy Prime Minister
3th place in office
Reappointment
Minister of the EnvironmentKeito OzawaSakihito Ozawa cropped 1 Members of the Global Legislators Organization for a Balanced Environment Edward Davey and Tim Hitchens 20130530.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Hatoyama G
Sakihito Ozawa G[6]
Reappointment
Minister of DefenseToshimi KitazawaKitazawa Toshimi 1-3.jpgHouse of Councilors
Democratic Party
(Haneda G)
Reappointment
Chief Cabinet SecretaryYuto SenyaYoshito Sengoku --World Economic Forum Annual Meeting Davos 2010.jpgHouse of Representatives
Democratic Party
(Maehara G)
Temporary Deputy Prime Minister
1th place in office
Skidding
National Public Safety Commission Chair
Minister for Special Missions, Cabinet Office
(Disaster prevention
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Democratic Party
(Ozawa G)
(Kawabata G)
Abduction issue charge
Temporary Deputy Prime Minister
4th place in office
Reappointment
Minister for Special Missions, Cabinet Office
(金融
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New National Party
Postal ReformReappointment
National New Party Representative
June 2010, 6 exemption
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Democratic Party
(Maehara G)
Administrative agent
Designated June 2010, 6
Same day exemption
Also serves as Chief Cabinet Secretary
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New National Party
Postal ReformRe-entry
June 2010, 6
Minister for Special Missions, Cabinet Office
(Economic and fiscal policy
(Consumer and food safety
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Democratic Party
(Suga G)
National StrategyFirst entry into the cabinet
Minister for Special Missions, Cabinet Office
("New public"
(Countermeasures to the falling birthrate
(Gender equality
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Democratic Party
(Non-faction)
Civil servant system reform chargeFirst entry into the cabinet
Democratic Party Policy Research Chairman
Minister for Special Missions, Cabinet Office
(Administrative renewal
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Democratic Party
(Noda G)
First entry into the cabinet
  1. ^ 2010May 7The term of office expired on July 22 of the same year because he was defeated in the 7nd House of Councilors general election.

Deputy Minister

job titleNameOrigin etc.Remarks
Deputy Minister of the Cabinet OfficeAtsushi OshimaHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Hatoyama G)Reappointment
Hideo HiraokaHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Suga G)
Kohei OtsukaHouse of Councilors/ Democratic Party (non-faction)Reappointment
Vice Minister of Internal Affairs and CommunicationsAmane WatanabeHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Maehara G)Reappointment
Masamitsu NaitoHouse of Councilors / Democratic Party (Suga G)Reappointment
Deputy Minister of JusticeKoichi KatoHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Suga G)Reappointment
Deputy Foreign MinisterOsamu FujimuraHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Noda G)
Koichi TakemasaHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Noda G) (Ozawa G)Reappointment
Vice Minister of FinanceMotohisa IkedaHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party
Naoki MinezakiHouse of Councilors / Democratic Party (Yokomichi G)Reappointment
Deputy Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and TechnologyMasaharu NakagawaHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Haneda G)Reappointment
Hiroshi SuzukiHouse of Councilors / Democratic Party (Hatoyama G) (Maehara G)Reappointment
Deputy Minister of Health, Labor and WelfareHosokawa RitsuoHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Suga G)Reappointment
Hiroyuki NagahamaHouse of Councilors / Democratic Party (Noda G)Reappointment
Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and FisheriesTakashi ShinoharaHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Suga G)
Gunji AkiraHouse of Councilors / Democratic Party (Yokomichi G)Reappointment
Deputy Minister of Economy, Trade and IndustryTeruhiko MasukoHouse of Councilors / Democratic Party (Haneda G)Reappointment
Tadahiro MatsushitaHouse of Representatives / People's New PartyReappointment
Deputy Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and TourismCrescent TaizoHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Kawabata G) (Hatoyama G)
Sumio MabuchiHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (non-faction)Reappointment
Vice Minister of the EnvironmentIssei TajimaHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Maehara G)Reappointment
State Minister of DefenseKazuya ShimbaHouse of Councilors / Democratic Party (Hatoyama G)Reappointment

Minister of Parliament

job titleNameOrigin etc.Remarks
Parliamentary Vice-Minister of Cabinet OfficeKenta IzumiHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Maehara G)
Kenji TamuraHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Suga G)
Keisuke TsumuraHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Suga G) (Maehara G)
Minister of Internal Affairs and CommunicationsJunya OgawaHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Maehara G)
Takeshi ShinaHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Ozawa G)
Norimasa HasegawaHouse of Councilors / People's New Party
Parliamentary Secretary of JusticeTetsuji NakamuraHouse of Councilors / Democratic Party (Maehara G)
Parliamentary Vice-Minister for Foreign AffairsShuji KiraHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Ozawa G)
Chinami NishimuraHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Suga G)
Hisashi TokunagaHouse of Councilors / Democratic Party (Maehara G)
Parliamentary Vice-Minister of FinanceHiroshi OgushiHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Noda G)
Shinichiro FurumotoHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Kawabata G) (Hatoyama G)
Parliamentary Vice-Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and TechnologySaito GotoHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Haneda G)
Miho TakaiHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Maehara G) (Suga G)
Parliamentary Vice-Minister of Health, Labor and WelfareKazunori YamaiHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Maehara G) (Suga G)
Shinya AdachiHouse of Councilors / Democratic Party (non-faction)
Parliamentary Vice-Minister for Agriculture, Forestry and FisheriesTakahiro SasakiHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Yokomichi G)
Yasue FunayamaHouse of Councilors / Democratic Party (Suga G)
Parliamentary Vice-Minister of Economy, Trade and IndustryYosuke KondoHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Noda G)
Chiaki TakahashiHouse of Councilors / Democratic Party (Hatoyama G)
Parliamentary Vice-Minister of Land, Infrastructure and TransportTakashi NagayasuHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Maehara G)
Shogo TsugawaHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (non-faction)
Fujimoto YujiHouse of Councilors / Democratic Party (Noda G)
Parliamentary Vice-Minister of the EnvironmentNobumori OtaniHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (non-faction)
Parliamentary Vice-Minister of DefenseDaizo KusudaHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Haneda G) (Noda G)
Akihisa NagashimaHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Noda G) (Suga G)

Other personnel

job titleNameOrigin etc.Remarks
Deputy Secretary-General, Cabinet Secretariat
(Political affairs)
Furukawa MotohisaHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Maehara G)
Tetsuro FukuyamaHouse of Councilors / Democratic Party (Maehara G)
Deputy Secretary-General, Cabinet Secretariat
(Clerical work)
Kinya Takino[D 1]government official/Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications
Cabinet Legal Affairs BureauShinichiro Kajitagovernment official/Ministry of Home Affairs
Assistant to the Prime MinisterYukihiko AkutsuHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Suga G)In charge of SME measures and regional revitalization measures
Katsuya Ogawa[D 1]House of Councilors / Democratic Party (Hatoyama G)Agricultural, mountain and fishing village area revitalization charge
Seiji Osaka[D 1]House of Representatives / Democratic Party (Suga G)In charge of regional sovereignty, regional revitalization and local administration
Terada ManabuHouse of Representatives / Democratic Party (Suga G)In charge of national strategy and administrative reform
  1. ^ a b c Reappointment from the Cabinet of Yukio Hatoyama.

Tenure

Brief history

2010

October

October

October

Criticism

Team

OppositionFirst partySadakazu TanigakiLiberal Democratic Party President"Looking at the members, more than everLeft wingColoredadministrationI have a fear that it will become "," criticized the second opposition party.Yamaguchi NatsuoKomeito representative"The Kan Cabinet is a" temporary cabinet that collects waste materials. "In the midst of the Hatoyama Cabinet being said to be in a state of class collapse, we can expect something even if Kan, who had been fooling around in the fire, becomes prime minister. Is it? "AlsoShinzo AbeThe former prime minister called it "a rare and insidious left-wing government in history."Taro AsoFormer Prime Minister also saidCivic movementSpeaking of which, it sounds good, but this is the first time for a left-wing government.The axis of confrontation was clear. "[7]. Shintaro IshiharaGovernor of TokyoAbout the Kan Cabinet, "The next Kan Cabinet, that tooFar left"That's why", "Because it's far left, I say the same thing, and I might do something even more amazing, but only in rural areas (ForeignerTo)SuffrageTo give.How is this? "[8].

Suga discourse

2010 (22)May 8, Suga CabinetSouth Korea annexationAs a milestone year of 100 years South KoreaA discourse that includes an apology toCabinet decisionAnnounced as.But this discourse is basicallyMurayama discourseIt was to follow the above, and gave strong dissatisfaction to the Korean side.Moreover,Second World WarHostile to JapanChugokuAnd, like Korea, it was ruled by JapanTaiwanWas dissatisfied with the discourse that apologized only to South Korea.[9].north koreaIs "Murayama discourseKoizumi discourseIt is a more retreat, and it has the nature of a robber who refuses to admit the robbery of national rights against Japan and does not apologize or compensate. "[10]..Also, because I have not touched on the comfort women issue,Korea Corps Task Force Council"Shake off past mistakes and build a future-oriented relationshipJapanese govermentI was able to reconfirm the empty wordplay. Blame bitterly[11][12].

In addition, criticisms such as "apology diplomacy," "retrospective discourse," and "re-steaming problems that have already been solved" have been raised from within Japan.Sakurai YoshikoSuch asjournalistDescribed Suga's diplomacy as "amateur group diplomacy"[13].

The Chinese media said that the Suga discourse has caused dissatisfaction from all countries of Japan, South Korea, and North Korea.Korean PeninsulaYou wouldn't have expected to face a strong "scream" from the "three directions" of Japan, South Korea, and North Korea for the annexation of Korea. " Introduced low evaluation in Japan[14].

Furthermore, when translating this discourse, the Korean government intentionally tampered with the expression "to hand over" a cultural property derived from the Korean Peninsula to "return".Katsuya OkadaThe foreign minister expressed his intention not to protest.Sankei ShimbunCriticized that the feared "vicious circle of apology diplomacy" had already been revealed.[15].

Yen appreciation and stock price decline

2010 (22) October,American economyYen continues to be bought in large quantities due to concerns about a slowdown toMay 8It rushed to the 15 yen level per dollar for the first time in 1 years.with this,Nikkei Stock AverageAlso fell[16].

This abruptAppreciation of the yenAnd the fall in stock pricesAutomobile-MotorThe biggest for manufacturersriskAs a factor,Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association OfToshiyuki ShigaThe chairman is the governmentBank of JapanI requested immediate measures[17], Prime Minister KanSummer vacationContinue, without giving specific instructions,Prime minister's residenceContinued to be closed.The prime minister has a "strong economy," "strong finances," and "strongness" than before.社会 保障”, But Sankei Biz pointed out that it has not put out any strong message.[18].

In response to this situation, the Democratic Party's "deflationThe Parliamentary League, which aims to break away from the economy and recover the economy, issued an urgent statement calling for immediate and thorough measures against the appreciation of the yen, and requested the government and the Bank of Japan to take measures.[19].

2010 May 9, To correct the appreciation of the yenExchange interventionCarried out[Source required].

Continued throwing of the defeated Minister of Justice Chiba

Keiko ChibaMinister of JusticeIt is,2010 (22)May 7 Of22rd House of Councilors ordinary electionAtKanagawa Prefecture Election District(Constant 3) was the runner-up and lost.However, he continued to cast as it was without retiring from the Minister of Justice.The politician who lost the election, which is the referee of the people,MinisterThere were many dissents about staying in the seat, and criticism came out from opposition parties and others.[20].

Chiba is in 68, 2010 days after the defeatMay 9He served as a civilian minister for 49 days before retiring to.This is the longest record of ministers who have been defeated in national elections and have continued their duties.4st Yoshida Cabinet OfHayashiya Kamijiro(Retired 27 days after the defeat and served as a civilian minister for 19 days) has been significantly updated.

2010 May 7, Chiba will be the first since taking officeDeath penaltyIssued an execution order[21].Yuto SenyaChief Cabinet SecretaryThey say that Chiba properly executed the death penalty in accordance with the law.On the other hand, "Chiba belonged to"Parliamentary League promoting the abolition of the death penalty"Mr. Chiba has made a great change," criticized the members.AlsoMay 8 OfHouse of RepresentativesBudget CommitteeIt was pointed out that "the aim was to support the people", but Chiba strongly denied this.[22][23].

Suga is 2010May 8At the plenary session of the House of RepresentativesSaburo OraiWas defeated in the national ward of the Upper House election in 1977, but took up the past example of being appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs as a civilian minister in 2, two years later. I replied that it was because I was qualified as a minister regardless of whether I was a member of the Diet or not.[24].

Senkaku Islands Chinese fishing boat collision case

2010 (22)May 9,尖 閣 諸島In the seaA collision between a Japan Coast Guard patrol boat and a Chinese fishing boatThere has occurred[25].Japan Coast GuardIs deliberately on the Chinese fishing boat sidePatrol boatJudging that he had hit the captainObstruction of public affairsOn charges ofArrestAnd the shipCapturedid.

China is in the Senkaku IslandsPossessionHe insisted on returning the crew and the fishing boat.On the Japanese side, the Senkaku Islands are a territory peculiar to Japan,Territorial disputeI refused this from the standpoint that it does not exist.China is the ambassador to ChinaUichiro NiwaAnd made a strict protest.

Niwa has been called to China five times for the same problem (one at midnight, which is considered to be a very rude diplomatic act.[26]).Also, in ChinaTianjin OfJapanese schoolAn incident occurred in which a lump of iron was shot at the school to destroy the window glass, and the school said, "Chinese people do not allow invasion."ChineseThere was also an incident where graffiti was written[27].

Japan isMay 9To the captainreleaseBut against thisOpposition,public opinionIntensified weak diplomacy and criticism[28][29].. America'sWall Street JournalPointed out that "Japan is a complete loser, as far as the opinions on the internet are concerned."[30].

"Roller coaster cabinet"

One month after its inaugurationCabinet approval rateHas fallen by more than 20%, so Yukan Fuji said, "roller coaster"Cabinet"[31].

footnote

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  1. ^ Current affairs dot com: New administration, Prime Minister Suga appointment ceremony[Broken link] Jiji Press 2010-06-08
  2. ^ Former Prime Minister Hatoyama survives for 266 days as "Cabinet for Execution of Duties" on 4 days in office Nihon Keizai Shimbun 2010-06-08
  3. ^ Parent政治家Since Murayama, even as a non-prime minister.ParentsMember of ParliamentFor a non-prime minister,MoriIt's been 10 years since then.
  4. ^ Minister of Justice Chiba lost for the first time in 10 years as an incumbent minister -Nihon Keizai Shimbun August 2010, 7
  5. ^ "De-Ozawa" color vividly "Seven Bugyo" all important positions Sankei Shimbun 2010-06-08 [Broken link]
  6. ^ Inaugurated on June 2010, 22
  7. ^ "The Suga Cabinet is a left-wing government" criticized by former Prime Ministers Abe and Aso. Asahi Shimbun(July 2010, 6). http://www.asahi.com/special/minshu/TKY201006080380.html 2010/10/4Browse. 
  8. ^ Mano Mori (June 2010, 6). "Governor Ishihara: criticized that the Suga Cabinet is far left". Mainichi Newspapers. http://mainichi.jp/select/seiji/news/20100606ddm041010104000c.html 2010/6/21Browse. [Broken link]
  9. ^ Also apologize to "Republic of China"! Voices of dissatisfaction with "Suga discourse" even in Taiwan Record China May 2010, 8
  10. ^ North Korea demands apology and compensation from Japan Sankei Shimbun March 2010, 8[Broken link]
  11. ^ Our position on the discourse of Prime Minister Naoto Kan announced in the XNUMXth anniversary of the compulsory merger of South Korea[Broken link]
  12. ^ "Statement of the Korean Council for Justice to the Prime Minister's discourse". Asian Women Data Center (September 2010, 8). 2016/7/6Browse.
  13. ^ [Prime Minister's Discourse] "Amateur Group Diplomacy itself" Journalist Yoshiko Sakurai Sankei Shimbun March 2010, 8[Broken link]
  14. ^ Prime Minister Suga's "Discourse", "Total Scan" in Japan, Korea and Morning-Chinese Media Searchina July 2010, 8[Broken link]
  15. ^ "Return" "handing over" without protesting the foreign minister to the Korean prime minister's discourse "correction" Sankei Shimbun March 2010, 8[Broken link]
  16. ^ Tokyo market storms due to yen appreciation-stocks hit new year-to-date lows Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun August 2010, 8[Broken link]
  17. ^ Further appreciation of the yen goes crazy for recovery scenarios for automobiles and electric appliances Reuters Communication October 2010, 8
  18. ^ Even if the yen surges and stocks plunge, the prime minister continues summer vacation, and the official residence is closed. Sankei Biz August 2010, 8[Broken link]
  19. ^ The government considers foreign exchange intervention = an urgent statement from the Democratic Party Parliamentary Assembly to escape deflation Reuters Communication October 2010, 8
  20. ^ Tokyo Shimbun: <Scope> "Third Pole" Everyone aiming for early dissolution? Tokyo Shimbun June 2010, 7[Broken link]
  21. ^ Execution of two death sentences for the first time in a year in the Democratic administration Nihon Keizai Shimbun January 2010, 7
  22. ^ Kanagawa Shimbun2010/8/3[Broken link]
  23. ^ Incidentally,Minutes of the House of RepresentativesLooking at, Chiba did not respond to the point that "Isn't it for support?"
  24. ^ The example of Dairai taken up by Naoto Kan is the first cabinet entry as a civilian minister two years after being defeated in the upper house election national district, and he was defeated in the upper house election local district as an incumbent minister and continued to cast for two months. The situation is a little different from that of Keiko Chiba.Also, as an example similar to DairaiRiko NagaoWas defeated in the upper house election proportional ward in 1995 (however, in the era of the restraint list).Advance winningThere is an example of a member of the House of Councilors until July 1998.
  25. ^ Coast Guard patrol boat contacts Chinese fishing boat in Senkaku Islands No injuries Sankei Shimbun March 2010, 9[Broken link]
  26. ^ A calm destination for China's "calling the ambassador before dawn" and "very rude response" J-CAST News September 2010, 9
  27. ^ Harassment or damage to Japanese school NHK 2010/9/13[Broken link]
  28. ^ Criticized as "weak-knee diplomacy" With the release of the Chinese captain, Your Party representative Watanabe Shimono Shimbun 2010/9/24[Broken link]
  29. ^ ""Extremely stupid" "Diplomatic defeat" = Opposition criticizes all at once-Chinese captain decided to release”. Wall Street Journal Japanese Edition (September 2010, 9). 2016/7/6Browse.
  30. ^ Did Japan Cave to China Too Soon? --China Real Time Report --WSJ The Wall Street Journal September 2010, 9 (English)
  31. ^ Already ... Suga “Roller Coaster Cabinet” approval rating plummeted zakzak November 2010, 7[Broken link]

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