|State Minister for Hokkaido and Okinawa development agencies|
|Prime Minister||Toshiki Kaifu|
|Died||6 December 2006 (aged 84)|
|Political party||Liberal Democratic Party|
Fumio Abe (died 6 December 2006) was a Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) politician who served as state minister for Hokkaido and Okinawa development agencies.
Abe was first elected to the lower house in 1969. He was state minister for Okinawa and Hokkaido development agencies in 1989 in the cabinet of Toshiki Kaifu. Abe served as secretary general and treasurer of Kiichi Miyazawa's faction in the LDP until December 1991. Abe resigned from his post after newspaper reports of the alleged bribes. Abe retired from politics in 1993.
Abe was arrested due to his involvement in a bribery scandal in 13 January 1992. In 1994, he was sentenced by the Tokyo District Court to three years in prison. However, the verdict was rejected by the Tokyo High Court and the Supreme Court.
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