萩生田光一

萩生田光一
経済産業大臣
産業競争力担当
ロシア経済分野協力担当
原子力経済被害担当
内閣府特命担当大臣
(原子力損害賠償・廃炉等支援機構)

Koichi Hagiuda
Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)
Minister in charge of Industrial Competitiveness
Minister for Economic Cooperation with Russia, Minister in charge of the Response to the Economic Impact caused by the Nuclear Accident
Minister of State for the Nuclear Damage Compensation and Decommissioning Facilitation Corporation



【プロフィール詳細】
生年月日
昭和38年8月31日生
出身地
東京都八王子市
衆議院議員
東京都第24区 (当選5回)
昭和62年
明治大学商学部卒業
平成3年
八王子市議会議員(3 期)
平成13年
東京都議会議員(1 期)
平成15年
第43回衆議院議員総選挙初当選(現在5期目)
平成20年
文部科学大臣政務官(福田内閣)
平成25年
自民党 東京都連幹事長代行
平成27年
内閣官房副長官・内閣人事局長(平成 28 年 8 月~再任)
平成29年
自由民主党幹事長代行
令和元年
文部科学大臣 教育再生担当(第4次安倍第2次改造内閣)
令和2年
文部科学大臣 教育再生担当(菅内閣)
令和3年10月
経済産業大臣
産業競争力担当
ロシア経済分野協力担当
原子力経済被害担当
内閣府特命担当大臣(原子力損害賠償・廃炉等支援機構)
(現職)

Mr. Hagiuda Koichi was appointed Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) on October 4, 2021. He also assumed the roles of Minister in charge of Industrial Competitiveness, Minister for Economic Cooperation with Russia, Minister in charge of the Response to the Economic Impact caused by the Nuclear Accident and Minister of State for the Nuclear Damage Compensation and Decommissioning Facilitation Corporation.

Immediately prior to his current appointments, Mr. Hagiuda served as Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) and Minister in charge of Education Rebuilding, positions he held since September 2019. Previously, Mr. Hagiuda held several senior posts in the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP). Earlier in his career, Mr. Hagiuda served as Parliamentary Vice-Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.

Mr. Hagiuda has served as member of Japan’s House of Representatives since 2003. He is currently serving his 5th term in the House of Representatives, representing Tokyo’s 24th district. Previously, he served as an elected official on the Metropolitan Assembly of Tokyo and Hachioji City Council.

A graduate of Meiji University’s School of Commerce, Mr. Hagiuda was born on August31, 1963, in Tokyo.


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