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2006/09/18

Let's persisting denounce to Takenaka. タケナカを徹底的に糾弾しよう!

News of Takenaka who is Comunications minister.  He resign from Diet and falled The Upper House. Why he leave from cabinet and politic in Japan ?  We think about he worked for US verry well in the Cabinet of Junichiro Koizumi.  He dose not worked for Japanese of all which we think about.

All of him were market competition snd new traditional economic principles.  He insisted for oneself,  and executed his theory.  His success was to reduce the income of the citizens,  to increase their taxes,  and to have increased the insurance fee.  The citizens became poor many by his policy.   He achieved the policy for small number of people by whom the income of a high level was obtained.   And,  he is insisting that he improved the economy of Japan.   He was hardened using of the lie,  and an unusual swindle master.   We do not forget him.

Quotation beginning→  Takenaka to resign from Diet  09/16/2006 (THE ASAHI SHIMBUN)

Communications minister Heizo Takenaka has announced he will resign from the Diet when Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi steps down.

Takenaka, Koizumi's right-hand man when it came to pushing reforms and a former university professor of economics, revealed his intention to leave politics at a news conference Friday.

"My role in the political world comes to an end with the Koizumi Cabinet," he said. "I hope to contribute to Japan as a member of the private sector." Koizumi understood his decision, he said.

Takenaka, 55, was tapped from the private sector to serve as economic and fiscal policy minister in 2001 before being elected to the Upper House in July 2004. He is the only person to have held a Cabinet portfolio all through the Koizumi administration.

While serving concurrently as financial affairs minister, Takenaka took drastic measures to dispose of banks' huge bad loans.

Takenaka was also instrumental in pushing through the postal privatization bills, considered a cornerstone of Koizumi's reforms.

However, his zealousness when it came to reform also brought him criticism.

Takenaka's seat in the Upper House will be filled by the runner-up in the proportional representation constituency in the 2004 ballot, professional wrestler Shinobu Kandori, 41. 

(IHT/Asahi: September 16,2006)
Herald Tribune/Asahi. Asahi Shimbun English-language Publication
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Quotation beginning→  Saturday, Sept. 16, 2006  Koizumi reform architect Takenaka to leave politics  (Compiled from AP, Kyodo)

Internal Affairs and Communications Minister Heizo Takenaka said Friday he will retire from politics when outgoing Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi steps down Sept. 26.

Takenaka, a 55-year-old professor-turned-lawmaker, said he decided to quit politics because his job had been to assist Koizumi's economic reforms.

Takenaka, who once taught at Harvard, has championed Koizumi's economic reforms, including his signature postal privatization legislation.

"I will resign as internal affairs minister when the Koizumi Cabinet resigns en masse on Sept. 26, and on that day I also plan to resign as an Upper House member," Takenaka said. "I explained my plan to the prime minister and he accepted (my resignation)." That is also the day the Diet will pick the new prime minister.

He informed Chief Cabinet Secretary Shinzo Abe and the LDP's Upper House leader Mikio Aoki of his plans to resign.

Takenaka was a professor at Keio University when Koizumi handpicked him to join his first Cabinet in April 2001. He is the only person to have served in all of Koizumi's Cabinets.

He won a seat in the Upper House election in 2004, when he captured more than 720,000 votes in that race, the largest of tally of any LDP proportional-representation candidate.

Takenaka has played a leading role in formulating Koizumi's structural reform policies. He was economic and fiscal policy minister until October 2005, when he was moved to the current position.

He doubled as financial services minister from 2002 to press banks to dispose of bad loans and then as minister in charge of postal privatization from 2004 to work on Koizumi's big project of privatizing the national postal system.

"My last work (as a lawmaker) is to cast a vote for Chief Cabinet Secretary Shinzo Abe in the Liberal Democratic Party's presidential election, Takenaka said. The election is slated for next Wednesday.

The Japan Times
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