Masanori Nishio

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Masanori Nishio (西尾 正範, Nishio Masanori, born 3 January 1949) is a Japanese politician.

Nishio was born in Ōno, Hokkaidō, now part of the city of Hokuto. After graduating Kyoto University, he became a public servant in 1973. He was appointed deputy mayor of Hakodate by its then-mayor Hiroshi Inoue in July 2003, but resigned himself in December 2006 due to a rift with the mayor over the construction of a retirement home.[1] He beat Inoue in the mayoral election held on 22 April 2007, and took office on 27 April.

References[edit]

  • 函館戦争. Zaikai Sapporo (in Japanese). 46: 198–203. May 2008.
  • "西尾正範-ザ・選挙/立候補予定者情報-". ザ・選挙 (in Japanese). JANJAN. Retrieved 11 June 2009.
  1. ^ "庁内対決"となった函館. Tokachi Mainichi Newspaper (in Japanese). Obihiro, Hokkaido: Tokachi Mainichi Newspaper. 19 April 2007. Retrieved 11 June 2009.
Preceded by
Hiroshi Inoue
Mayor of Hakodate
27 April 2007–present
Incumbent