Fourth Abe Second Remodeling Cabinet Announcement of Minister's List September 11 13:37
Secretary of the Secretary of Secretary announced 19 ministers' lists of the 4th Abe Second Remodeling Cabinet.
According to it,
▼ Mr. Taro Aso remains as Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister.
▼ Sanae Takaichi as Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications. Mr. Takaichi also served as the Minister of Internal Affairs for about 3 years in the second and third Abe Cabinets.
▼ Mr. Katsuyuki Kawai as Minister of Justice.
▼ Toshimitsu Mogi as Foreign Minister. The post changes from the Minister for Economic Revitalization.
▼ Mr. Koichi Ikuta as Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.
▼ Mr. Katsunobu Kato to the Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare. Mr. Kato has served as the Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare for over a year since August.
▼ Mr. Taku Eto as Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries.
▼ Mr. Kazuhide Sugawara as Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry.
▼ Mr. Kazuyoshi Akabane of the Komeito Party as Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism.
▼ Mr. Shinjiro Koizumi as Minister of the Environment.
▼ Mr. Taro Kono as Minister of Defense. The post changes from the Foreign Minister.
▼ Mr. Yoshii Tsuji stayed as Secretary of the Secretary.
▼ Takashi Tanaka is the Minister of Reconstruction.
▼ Ryota Takeda as National Public Safety Commissioner.
▼ Mr. Junichi Eto is the minister in charge of 100 million total activities. Mr. Eto is concurrently serving as Okinawa and Northern Minister.
▼ Mr. Naoichi Takemoto as IT minister.
▼ Mr. Yasushi Nishimura as Minister for Economic Revitalization. Mr. Nishimura will concurrently serve as Minister for Social Security Reform for all generations.
▼ Mr. Seigo Kitamura as the Minister for Regional Revitalization.
▼ Seiko Hashimoto is the minister in charge of the Olympics and Paralympics.
In addition, Mr. Akihiro Nishimura will be newly appointed as the Deputy Secretary of the House of Representatives, and Naoki Okada will be appointed as the Deputy Secretary of the House of Councilors. 17 ministerial posts, excluding Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Aso and Secretary of the Secretary of War, were replaced, and 13 people, the most common in the Abe Cabinet, entered the first cabinet.
The new ministers will attend the certification ceremony at the Imperial Palace, and the 4th Abe Second Reform Cabinet will be officially launched in the evening.
Prime Minister Abe will hold a press conference to clarify his views on the aims of ministerial personnel and future administration.