Toshiki Kaifu

1931

is a Japanese politician who was Prime Minister of Japan from 1989 to 1991. ==Early life and education== Kaifu was born in Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture, on 2 January 1931.

1955

He was defeated in the election of 2009 by DPJ candidate Mitsunori Okamoto, which witnessed the end of almost uninterrupted LDP dominance since 1955.

1960

He was educated at Chuo University and Waseda University. ==Career== A member of the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), Kaifu ran successfully for the 1960 Japanese general election and took office as the youngest member of the National Diet.

1989

is a Japanese politician who was Prime Minister of Japan from 1989 to 1991. ==Early life and education== Kaifu was born in Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture, on 2 January 1931.

He became the 76th Prime Minister of Japan in August 1989. On 10 August 1991, Kaifu became the first leader of a major country to make an official visit to China and break China's diplomatic isolation after the Tiananmen Square Incident of 4 June 1989.

1991

is a Japanese politician who was Prime Minister of Japan from 1989 to 1991. ==Early life and education== Kaifu was born in Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture, on 2 January 1931.

He became the 76th Prime Minister of Japan in August 1989. On 10 August 1991, Kaifu became the first leader of a major country to make an official visit to China and break China's diplomatic isolation after the Tiananmen Square Incident of 4 June 1989.

He resigned in November 1991 and was replaced by Kiichi Miyazawa. In 1994, he left the LDP to become head of the newly founded New Frontier Party.

1994

He resigned in November 1991 and was replaced by Kiichi Miyazawa. In 1994, he left the LDP to become head of the newly founded New Frontier Party.

2003

He supported IchirĊ Ozawa's party until he returned to LDP in 2003.

2006

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2009

He was defeated in the election of 2009 by DPJ candidate Mitsunori Okamoto, which witnessed the end of almost uninterrupted LDP dominance since 1955.




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