First Abe S. Administration (Japan)

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First Abe S. Administration (第一次安倍内閣) was a Japanese Administration lasted from 26 Sept 2006 to 26 Sept 2007.

Cabinet members

 26 Sept 200615 Dec 200628 Dec 20069 Jan 200728 May 20071 Jun 20074 Jul 20071 Aug 200727 Aug 20074 Sept 2007
Prime ministerAbe Shinzo
Minister of Foreign AffairsAso TaroMachimura Nobutaka
Minister of FinanceOmi KojiNukaga Fukushiro
Minister of Internal Affairs and CommunicationsSuga YoshihideMasuda Hiroya
Minister of Defense Kyuma FumioKoike YurikoKomura Masahiko
Minister of JusticeNagase JinenHatoyama Kunio
Minister of Education and ScienceIbuki Bunmei
Minister of Health, Labor and WelfareYanagisawa HakuoMasuzoe Yoichi
Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and FisheriesMatsuoka ToshikatsuWakabayashi Masatoshi (a)Akagi NorihikoWakabayashi MasatoshiEndo TakehikoWakabayashi Masatoshi
Minister of Economy, Trade and IndustryAmari Akira
Minister of Land and TransportFuyushiba Tetsuzo
Minister of the EnvironmentWakabayashi MasatoshiKamoshita Ichiro
Minister of State for Special MissionsOkinawa and Northern Territories affairsTakaichi SanaeKishida Fumio
Financial affairsYamamoto YujiWatanabe Yoshimi
Economical and Financial policyOta Hiroko
Science and Technological policyTakaichi SanaeKishida Fumio
Disaster Protection affairsMizote KenseiIzumi Shinya
Genderless affairsTakaichi SanaeKamikawa Yoko
Deregulation affairsSata GenichiroWatanabe YoshimiKishida Fumio
Food Safety affairsTakaichi SanaeIzumi Shinya
Population decrease affairsTakaichi Sanae 
Innovation affairsTakaichi Sanae 
Decentralization affairs Suga YoshihideMasuda Hiroya
People's Life affairs Kishida Fumio
Rechallenge affairs Kishida Fumio
Population affairs Kamikawa Yoko
Director General, Defense AgencyKyuma Fumio 
Chairman of National Public Safety CommissionMizote KenseiIzumi Shinya
Chief Cabinet SecretaryShiozaki YasuhisaYosano Kaoru

reference


Japanese Administration
Preceded by
Third Koizumi Administration
Cabinet of Japan
26 Sept 2006 - 26 Sept 2007
Succeeded by
Fukuda Y. Administration