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Hirofumi Nakasone

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Prime Minister  Taro Aso
Role  Japanese Politician
Succeeded by  Katsuya Okada
Name  Hirofumi Nakasone
Party  Liberal Democratic Party
Alma mater  Keio University
Education  Keio University
Preceded by  Masahiko Komura
Parents  Yasuhiro Nakasone

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Political party  Liberal Democratic Party
Grandparents  Nakasone Matsugoro II, Nakamura Yuku
Similar People  Yasuhiro Nakasone, Ichiro Kawanabe, Ichiro Hatoyama

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Hirofumi Nakasone (中曽根 弘文, Nakasone Hirofumi, born November 28, 1945) is a Japanese politician from Takasaki, Gunma, who served as Minister for Foreign Affairs until September 2009. He was Minister of Education under Prime Minister Yoshirō Mori. He is former Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone's son.


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Nakasone was appointed as head of the Science and Technology Agency by Prime Minister Keizō Obuchi in early October 1999. In the Cabinet of Prime Minister Tarō Asō, appointed on 24 September 2008, Nakasone was appointed as Minister of Foreign Affairs.

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Early years

Nakasone was born in Gunma Prefecture in 1945 and graduated from Keio University with a degree in Business and Commerce.

After graduation, he worked briefly at Asahi Kasei and then became Special Assistant to the Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone and Secretary to the President of the Liberal Democratic Party.

Nakasone has been a member of the House of Councillors since being elected in 1986.

Revisionism regarding 'Comfort women'

Nakasone is affiliated to the openly revisionist organization Nippon Kaigi. His own father Yasuhiro Nakasone is claimed to have organized a 'comfort station' in 1942 when he was a lieutenant paymaster in Japan's Imperial Navy. Hirofumi Nakasone chairs a commission established to consider "concrete measures to restore Japan's honor with regard to the comfort women issue."


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