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May 21, 2004

Vice Education Minister to Resign

Yoshiaki Harada, senior vice education minister, said Thursday he will resign from his post because his claim that he graduated from a graduate school in the United States is false. Senior Vice Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Harada, of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party, said on his home page that he graduated from Tufts University's law school. The former Ministry of International Trade and Industry bureaucrat won a House of Representatives seat in 1990 and is serving his fourth term. (Kyodo News)

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