Mikio Aoki

Mikio Aoki (青木 幹雄, Aoki Mikio, born 8 June 1934 in present-day Izumo, Shimane) is a Japanese politician. He was Chief Cabinet Secretary in the cabinet of Yoshirō Mori[1] also served as Secretary-General of the LDP in the House of Councillors.[2] He studied at Waseda University but did not graduate. He served as acting Prime Minister of Japan following Keizō Obuchi's coma in 2000.[1]

Mikio Aoki
青木 幹雄
Prime Minister of Japan
Acting
In office
3 April 2000  5 April 2000
MonarchAkihito
Preceded byKeizō Obuchi
Succeeded byYoshirō Mori
Chief Cabinet Secretary and Director of the Okinawa Development Agency
In office
5 October 1999  4 July 2000
Prime MinisterKeizō Obuchi
Yoshirō Mori
Preceded byHiromu Nonaka
Succeeded byHidenao Nakagawa
Personal details
Born (1934-06-08) 8 June 1934
Taisha, Shimane, Japan
Political partyLiberal Democratic Party
Alma materWaseda University (Incomplete)

References

  1. French, Howard W. (2000-04-04). "With Japan's Premier in a Coma, Succession Moves Get Under Way". New York Times. Retrieved 22 February 2010.
  2. "Koizumi's powerful economic lineup". Asia Times. 2003-10-02. Retrieved 22 February 2010.
House of Councillors
Preceded by
Masaru Urata
Chair, Upper House Committee on Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
19941995
Succeeded by
Seijiro Ohtsuka
Political offices
Preceded by
Hiromu Nonaka
Chief Cabinet Secretary
19992000
Succeeded by
Hidenao Nakagawa
Director of the Okinawa Development Agency
19992000
Preceded by
Keizō Obuchi
Prime Minister of Japan
Acting

2000
Succeeded by
Yoshirō Mori
Party political offices
Preceded by
Masakuni Murakami
Secretary-General for the LDP in the House of Councillors
19982004
Succeeded by
Toranosuke Katayama
Preceded by
Yutaka Takeyama
Chair, General Assembly of Party Members of the House of Councillors
20042007
Succeeded by
Hidehisa Otsuji
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