Tadamori Ōshima

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Tadamori Ōshima
大島 理森
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Speaker of the House of Representatives of Japan
Assumed office
21 April 2015
MonarchAkihito
Naruhito
Deputy
Preceded byNobutaka Machimura
Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
In office
30 September 2002 – 1 April 2003
Prime MinisterJunichiro Koizumi
Preceded byTsutomu Takebe
Succeeded byYoshiyuki Kamei
Minister of Education and Director-General of the Science and Technology Agency
In office
4 July 2000 – 5 December 2000
Prime MinisterYoshirō Mori
Preceded byHirofumi Nakasone
Succeeded byNobutaka Machimura
Director-General of the Environmental Agency
In office
8 August 1995 – 11 January 1996
Prime MinisterTomiichi Murayama
Preceded bySohei Miyashita
Succeeded bySukio Iwatare
Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary
In office
2 February 1990 – 5 November 1991
Prime MinisterToshiki Kaifu
Preceded byTakao Fujimoto
Succeeded byMotoji Kondo
Personal details
Born (1946-09-06) 6 September 1946 (age 74)
Hachinohe, Japan
Political partyLiberal Democratic Party
Alma materKeio University

Tadamori Ōshima (Japanese: 大島 理森, Hepburn: Ōshima Tadamori, born September 6, 1946) is a Japanese politician of the Liberal Democratic Party and the Speaker of the House of Representatives in the National Diet. He is affiliated to the revisionist lobby Nippon Kaigi[1][2].

Career[edit]

With members of Murayama Reshuffled Cabinet (at the Prime Minister's Official Residence on August 8, 1995)

A native of Hachinohe, Aomori and graduate of Keio University, he worked at the national newspaper Mainichi Shimbun from 1970 to 1974, and was elected to the Aomori Prefectural Assembly in 1975.[citation needed] He was elected to the House of Representatives for the first time in 1983 after an unsuccessful run in 1980.

References[edit]

  • 政治家情報 〜大島 理森〜. ザ・選挙 (in Japanese). JANJAN. Archived from the original on 2007-10-25. Retrieved 2007-10-20.
  1. ^ "日本会議の全貌——知られざる巨大組織の実態" Yoshifumi Tawara、2016/06/17。ISBN 9784763407818
  2. ^ "日本会議と神社本庁" ("Japan Conference and the Association of Shinto shrines") Muneo Narusawa 2016/06/28。ISBN 9784865720105

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House of Representatives of Japan
Preceded by
Hidenao Nakagawa
Chair of the Committee on Rules and Administration
1999–2000
Succeeded by
Takao Fujii
Preceded by
Akira Amari
Toshihiro Nikai
Chair of the Committee on Budget
2005–2006
2014–2015
Succeeded by
Kazuyoshi Kaneko
Takeo Kawamura
Preceded by
Nobutaka Machimura
Speaker of the House of Representatives of Japan
2015–present
Incumbent
Political offices
Preceded by
Takao Fujimoto
Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary
1990–1991
Succeeded by
Motoji Kondo
Preceded by
Sohei Miyashita
Director-General of the Environment Agency
1995–1996
Succeeded by
Sukio Iwatare
Preceded by
Hirofumi Nakasone
Minister of Education
2000
Succeeded by
Nobutaka Machimura
Director-General of the Science and Technology Agency
2000
Chair of the Atomic Energy Commission
2000
Preceded by
Tsutomu Takebe
Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
2002–2003
Succeeded by
Yoshiyuki Kamei
Party political offices
Preceded by
Makoto Koga
Toshihiro Nikai
Chairman of the LDP Diet Affairs Committee
2000–2002
2007–2009
Succeeded by
Hidenao Nakagawa
Jirō Kawasaki
Preceded by
Hiroyuki Hosoda
Secretary General of the LDP
2009–2010
Succeeded by
Nobuteru Ishihara
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Title last held by
Taku Yamasaki
Vice President of the LDP
2010–2012
Succeeded by
Masahiko Kōmura
Preceded by
Masahiko Kōmura
Head of Banchō Seisaku Kenkyūjo
2012–2015
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Akiko Santo