Eiichi Nakao

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Eiichi Nakao
中尾 栄一
Minister of Construction
In office
11 January 1996 – 7 November 1996
Prime MinisterRyutaro Hashimoto
Preceded byYoshirō Mori
Succeeded byShizuka Kamei
Minister of International Trade and Industry
In office
29 December 1990 – 5 November 1991
Prime MinisterToshiki Kaifu
Preceded byKabun Mutō
Succeeded byKōzō Watanabe
Head of the Economic Planning Agency
In office
6 November 1987 – 27 December 1988
Prime MinisterNoboru Takeshita
Preceded byTetsuo Kondo
Succeeded byKen Harada
Personal details
Born(1930-01-27)January 27, 1930
Yamagata, Japan
DiedNovember 18, 2018(2018-11-18) (aged 88)
Alma materAoyama Gakuin University
Waseda University

Eiichi Nakao (中尾 栄一, Nakao Eiichi, 27 January 1930 – 18 November 2018) was a Japanese politician.

Political life[edit]

with members of First Hashimoto Cabinet (at the Prime Minister's Official Residence on January 11, 1996)

Nakao was a member of Liberal Democratic Party.[1] Nakao was elected to the Diet of Japan in 1967.[2]

Death[edit]

Nakao died on 18 November 2018, aged 88.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ex-Cabinet member loses bid to avoid jail". Asahi Shimbun. November 22, 2003. Retrieved 31 May 2012.
  2. ^ "Nakao gets two-year prison term". The Japan Times. October 17, 2002. Retrieved 31 May 2012.
  3. ^ "中尾栄一氏死去 山梨県政界に惜しむ声 「一時代築いた」". 産経ニュース (in Japanese). 2018-11-21. Retrieved 2018-11-21.
House of Representatives of Japan
Preceded by
Iwazō Kaneko
Chair, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Committee of House of Representatives of Japan
1978
Succeeded by
Takashi Satō
Preceded by
Kazuo Shionoya
Chair, Foreign Affairs Committee of House of Representatives of Japan
1979–1980
Succeeded by
Keiwa Okuda
Preceded by
Akira Ōno
Chair, Budget Committee of House of Representatives of Japan
1989
Succeeded by
Ihei Ochi
Political offices
Preceded by
Tetsuo Kondo
Head of the Economic Planning Agency
1987–1988
Succeeded by
Ken Harada
Preceded by
Kabun Mutō
Minister of International Trade and Industry
1990–1991
Succeeded by
Kozo Watanabe
Preceded by
Yoshirō Mori
Minister of Construction
1996
Succeeded by
Shizuka Kamei