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Hideo Den

Hideo Den
Member of the House of Councillors
In office
July 29, 2001 – 2007
Personal details
Born (1923-06-09)June 9, 1923
Died November 13, 2009(2009-11-13) (aged 86)
Political party Social Democratic Party
Alma mater University of Tokyo

Hideo Den (田 英夫 Den Hideo, June 9, 1923 - November 13, 2009[1]) was a Japanese news presenter, politician, and for 34 of the years between 1971 and 2007, a member of the House of Councillors for the Social Democratic Party.[1] From 1978 to 1985, he was also the president of the Socialist Democratic Federation.

He was the grandson of Den Kenjiro.


Preceded by
Councillor by proportional representation
(designated SDP PR list successor for Yōko Tajima)

Succeeded by
Preceded by
Chinpei Nozue
Bunbē Hara
Akira Kuroyanagi
Isao Naitō
Councillor for Tokyo's At-large district
Served alongside: Bunbē Hara, Chinpei Nozue, Akira Kuroyanagi, Yūichirō Uozumi, Sanzō Hosaka, Yasuo Ogata
Succeeded by
Sanzō Hosaka, Natsuo Yamaguchi, Kan Suzuki, Yasuo Ogata
New title
Introduction of proportional voting
Councillor by proportional representation
Succeeded by
Preceded by
50-member district
Councillor for Japan's At-large district (zenkoku-ku)
Served alongside: numerous others
District eliminated
Party political offices
New political party President of the Socialist Democratic Federation
Succeeded by
Satsuki Eda

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