Tarô Nakajima

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Tarô Nakajima

中島太郎
Official photo
President of Hinata
In office
summer of year I - 26 summer of year II
Predecessor Office created
Successor Lanna Harada
Head of Government of Hinata
In office
26 summer of year II - In office
President Lanna Harada
Predecessor Goran Ishijima
Bureau of Foreign Affairs director
In office
26 summer of year II - In office
President Lanna Harada
Predecessor Office created
Department of Finance Minister
In office
Summer 1, III - In office
President Lanna Harada
Predecessor Eric Nakajima
Bureau of Judicial Affairs director
In office
26 summer of year II - Summer 1, III
President Lanna Harada
Predecessor Office created
Successor Ferena Nakajima
Delegate fisherman of HAA
In office
1 Autumm of year II - 1 Spring of year III
President of HAA Tomomi Amano
Predecessor Office created
Successor Denny Kaidô
Personal information
Born 1943
Flag of Japan.png Kugino, Japan
Political party NDP (I-IV)
LDP
Residence Chûô, Hinata
Religion Buddhist

Tarô Nakajima (中島太郎, Kugino, Kumamoto, Japan) is a politician of Hinata. He was the first President of Hinata and is the current Head of Government of Hinata.

Political carreer

Nakajima was the founder of the Nichiren Democratic Party a conservative buddhist party. He was the winner of the 1st Hinata assembly election but a year later he lost the 1st Hinata presidential election. After this he became the Secretary of State of Hinata or Head of Government until the year V. At autumm of year II he becames the fisherman's delegate in the Hinata Agricultural Association, but in the next election of the association, he lost by Denny Kaidô, Hinata Socialist Party member. In summer of the year IV, he founds the Liberal Democratic Party with conservative members of the Liberal Reformist Club.

Personal life

He is the father of Serena Nakajima, current minister of education and the grandfather of Eric Nakajima, former secretary of state and current minister of finances an Natali Nakajima, Hinata Socialist Party politician.