Fifth Yoshida Administration (Japan)

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Fifth Yoshida Administration (第五次吉田内閣) was a Japanese Administration lasted from 21 May 1953 to 10 Dec 1954.

Cabinet members

 21 May 195322 Jun 19539 Jan 195414 Jan 19542 Apr 195419 Jun 19541 Jul 195427 Jul 195416 Sept 195424 Sept 19541 Oct 195424 Nov 1954
Prime ministerYoshida Shigeru
Minister of Foreign AffairsOkazaki Katsuo
Minister of FinanceOgasawara Sankuro
Minister of JusticeInukai TakeruKato RyogoroOhara Naoshi
Minister of EducationOdachi Shigeo
Minister of WelfareYamagata KkatsumiKusaba Ryuen
Minister of Agriculture and ForestryUchida NobunariHori Shigeru
Minister of International Trade and IndustryOkano KiyohideAichi Kiichi
Minister of TransportIshii Mitsujiro
Minister of Posts and TelecommunicationsTsukada Toichiro
Minister of LaborKosaka Zentaro
Minister of ConstructionTotsuka KuichiroOzawa Saeki
Minister in Cabinet Ando Masazumi 
Ogata Taketora 
Ono Bamboku 
Onogi Hidejiro 
 Kato Ryogoro Kato Ryogoro
 Fukunaga Kenji
Director General, Economic Investigation AgencyOkano KiyohideAichi Kiichi
Director General, Administrative Management AgencyTsukada Toichiro
Director General, Agency of Local AutonomyTsukada Toichiro
Director General, Hokkaido Development AgencyTotsuka KuichiroOno BambokuOgata Taketora
Director General, Safety AgencyKimura Tokutaro 
Director General, Defense Agency Kimura Tokutaro
Chairman of National Public Safety Commission Kosaka ZentaroOhara Naoshi

reference


Japanese Administration
Preceded by
Fourth Yoshida Administration
Cabinet of Japan
21 May 1953 - 10 Dec 1954
Succeeded by
First Hatoyama I. Administration