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Hinata Agricultural Association

The Hinata Agricultural Association (japanese: 日南田農業会) is an association and trade union in Hinata that defenses the agrarian and peasants interests. Is a very influent association and pression lobby in Hinata and owns the Hinata Agricultural Bank. The agricultural assembly is formed by three members: 1 farmer, 1 fisherman and 1 rancher.

Hinata Agricultural Association
Association, trade union
Traded asHNK
FoundedYear II
FounderRyûji Midoriya
HeadquartersHinata
Key people
Tarô Nakajima(member)

Contents

History

The association was founded in autumm of the year II by the original first members: Ryûji Midoriya, Tomomi Amano and the former President of Hinata, Tarô Nakajima. The first president was Tomomi Amano, a moderate centrist voted by the centre-right majority in the association assembly (Amano and Nakajima). In the second assembly (III-IV), Nakajima losts his seat of fisherman and goes to the socialist Denny Kaidô. Due to this, the second president was Ryûji Midoriya due to the left majority in the assembly.

Presidents

The President of the association is elected by majority of the assemly (2 members of 3 members). The President is just a legal and political figure; the autority is of the association assembly. The assembly decides all of the association.

Political parties and factions

     Moderate (Pro-government)

     Hinata Socialist Party (HSP)

Photo Area Term start Term end President
  Rancher 1 Autumm (Fall) II 1 Summer III Tomomi Amano
  Farmer 1 Summer III In office Ryûji Midoriya

Members

1st Assembly (Year II-III)

Member Area Time in office
Ryûji Midoriya Farmer 1/A/II-in office
Tomomi Amano Rancher 1/A/II-in office
Tarô Nakajima Fisherman 1/A/II-1/S/III

2nd Assembly (Year III-IV)

Member Area Time in office
Ryûji Midoriya Farmer 1/A/II-in office
Tomomi Amano Rancher 1/A/II-in office
Denny Kaidô Fisherman 1/S/III-in office