Zenkō Suzuki

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Zenko Suzuki
鈴木 善幸
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Zenkō Suzuki
Prime Minister of Japan
In office
17 July 1980 – 27 November 1982
Preceded byMasayoshi Itō
Succeeded byYasuhiro Nakasone
Minister of Agriculture and Forestry
In office
24 December 1976 – 28 November 1977
Prime MinisterTakeo Fukuda
Preceded byBuichi Oishi
Succeeded byIchiro Nakagawa
Minister of Health and Welfare
In office
3 June 1965 – 3 December 1966
Prime MinisterEisaku Satō
Preceded byHiroshi Kanda
Succeeded byHideo Bo
Chief Cabinet Secretary
In office
18 July 1964 – 9 September 1964
Prime MinisterHayato Ikeda
Preceded byYasumi Kurogane
Succeeded byTomisaburo Hashimoto
Minister of Posts and Telecommunications
In office
19 July 1960 – 8 December 1960
Prime MinisterHayato Ikeda
Preceded byHaruhiko Uetake
Succeeded byYoshiteru Kogane
Personal details
Born(1911-01-11)11 January 1911
Yamada, Iwate, Japan
Died19 July 2004(2004-07-19) (aged 93)
Tokyo, Japan
Political partyLiberal Democratic Party (1955–2004)
Other political
Liberal Party (1948–1950)
Democratic Liberal Party (1950–1955)
ChildrenShun'ichi Suzuki
Chikako Suzuki
Alma materTokyo University of Fisheries

Zenkō Suzuki (鈴木 善幸, Suzuki Zenkō, 11 January 1911 – 19 July 2004) was a Japanese politician. He was Prime Minister of Japan from 1980 to 1982.[1]

Suzuki died at a hospital in Tokyo of pneumonia on 19 July 2004 at the age of 93.[2]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Zenko Suzuki". The Independent. 21 July 2004. Retrieved 7 January 2013.[permanent dead link]
  2. https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2004/07/20/national/former-prime-minister-suzuki-dies-at-tokyo-hospital-aged-93/#.XJvbW8mm5nE