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|Governor of Fukushima Prefecture|
|Preceded by||Eisaku Satō|
12 December 1947 |
Shimogō, Fukushima, Japan
Yūhei Satō (佐藤 雄平 Satō Yūhei?, born December 13, 1947) is the governor of Fukushima Prefecture of Japan. He was first elected in November 2006, after the previous governor, Eisaku Satō, was forced to step down after bribery charges.
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- McNeill, David (2011-04-23). "Warnings of nuclear disaster not heeded, claims former governor". The Independent. Retrieved 8 January 2012.
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