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、日本の元政治家。 | Japanese politician. The President of the Japan-Korea Parliamentarians' Union.
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森 喜朗(もり よしろう、1937年(昭和12年)7月14日 ‐ )は、日本の元政治家。

 

衆議院議員文部大臣(第105代)、通商産業大臣(第56代)、建設大臣(第62代)、自由民主党総裁(第19代)、内閣総理大臣(第85代・第86代)などを歴任した。退任後は政府特使などとして議員外交の先頭に立って活動した。自民党内では一貫して岸信介の流れを汲む福田派の後継であり、自身が会長職に在った際は同じ派閥の小泉純一郎、安倍晋三などを支え、退任後も福田康夫、麻生太郎(福田派ではないが当時協力体制にあった)などを支援した。

 

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Yoshirō Mori (森 喜朗 Mori Yoshirō, born 14 July 1937) is a Japanese politician who served as the 85th and 86th Prime Minister of Japan starting at 5 April 2000 ending 26 April 2001. Described as having "the heart of a flea and the brain of a shark," he was an unpopular prime minister mainly remembered today for his many gaffes and situationally inappropriate actions. He is currently President of the Japan Rugby Football Union as well as the Japan-Korea Parliamentarians' Union.

 

Yoshiro Mori was born in present-day Nomi, Ishikawa, Japan, as the son of Shigeki and Kaoru Mori, wealthy rice farmers with a history in politics, as both his father and grandfather served as the mayor of Neagari, Ishikawa Prefecture. His mother died when Yoshiro was seven years old. He studied at the Waseda University in Tokyo, joining the rugby union club.

 

Afterwards Mori joined the Sankei Shimbun, a conservative newspaper in Japan. In 1962, he left the newspaper and became secretary of a Diet member, and in 1969, he was elected in the lower house at age 32. He was reelected 10 consecutive times. In 1980, he was involved in the Recruit scandal about receiving unlisted shares of Recruit (company) before they were publicly traded, and selling them after they were made public for a profit of approximately 1 million dollars. He was education minister in 1983 and 1984, international trade and industry minister in 1992 and 1993, and construction minister in 1995 and 1996.

 

In 1999, Mori began to assume control of the Mitsuzuka faction (formerly Abe faction) that had been headed by Hiroshi Mitsuzuka in the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP). Mori's predecessor, Keizō Obuchi, suffered a stroke on 2 April 2000 and was unable to continue this office. Therefore, Mori, who was the secretary general of the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), became the prime minister. Towards the end of his term, his approval rating dropped to single digits. He was replaced by Junichiro Koizumi on 26 April 2001.

 

Mori remains a member of the House of Representatives, representing the Second District of Ishikawa. He is married to Chieko (born: Chieko Maki), a fellow Waseda University student, and he has a son, Yūki Mori, and a daughter, Yoko Fujimoto. He was awarded the Padma Bhushan, India's third highest civilian award, in 2004.

 

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19th November 08

updated: 2013-04-10

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