Tsutomu Hata

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Tsutomu Hata
羽田 孜
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Prime Minister of Japan
In office
28 April 1994 – 30 June 1994
MonarchAkihito
Preceded byMorihiro Hosokawa
Succeeded byTomiichi Murayama
Deputy Prime Minister of Japan
In office
9 August 1993 – 28 April 1994
Prime MinisterMorihiro Hosokawa
Preceded byMasaharu Kotoda
Succeeded byYohei Kono
Minister of Foreign Affairs
In office
9 August 1993 – 28 April 1994
Prime MinisterMorihiro Hosokawa
Preceded byKabun Muto
Succeeded byKoji Kakizawa
Minister of Finance
In office
5 November 1991 – 12 December 1992
Prime MinisterKiichi Miyazawa
Preceded byToshiki Kaifu
Acting
Succeeded byYoshiro Hayashi
Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
In office
27 December 1988 – 3 June 1989
Prime MinisterNoboru Takeshita
Preceded byTakashi Sato
Succeeded byHisao Horinouchi
In office
28 December 1985 – 22 July 1986
Prime MinisterYasuhiro Nakasone
Preceded byMoriyoshi Sato
Succeeded byMutsuki Kato
Personal details
Born(1935-08-24)24 August 1935
Tokyo, Japan
Died28 August 2017(2017-08-28) (aged 82)
Tokyo, Japan
Political partyDemocratic Party (1998–2017)
Other political
affiliations
Liberal Democratic Party (Before 1993)
Renewal Party (1993–1994)
New Frontier Party (1994-1996)
Sun Party (1996–1998)
Good Governance Party (1998)
Spouse(s)Ayako Hata
ChildrenYuichiro Hata
Alma materSeijo University

Tsutomu Hata (羽田 孜, Hata Tsutomu, 24 August 1935 – 28 August 2017) was a Japanese politician. He was the 80th Prime Minister of Japan for 9 weeks in 1994.[1] He was a member of the lower house representing Nagano 3rd district. He was elected 14 times, retiring in 2012.[2]

Hata died on 28 August 2017 in Tokyo at the age of 82.[3]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Constructive Chaos in Japan". The New York Times. 29 June 1994. Retrieved 3 September 2010.
  2. DPJ website Tsutomu Hata – Profile 2011 Retrieved on 12 August 2012
  3. "Former Prime Minister Tsutomu Hata dies at 82". The Japan Times. 28 August 2017. Retrieved 28 August 2017.

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