|Communist Party Portrait|
|Prime Minister of Okaiken|
27 July 2016
|Preceded by||Sadakazu Tanizaki|
|Leader of the Communist Party of Okaiken|
8 May 2016
|Preceded by||Kazuo Shii|
|Member of the House of Commoners
for Seto 3rd District
20 January 2011
|Preceded by||Imagawa Hidenari|
11 March 1979 |
Ichijoudani, Ise, Okaiken
|Political party||Sanese Communist Party|
|Spouse(s)||Tsutsui Keiko (m. 2007)|
In this Sanese name, the family name is Aoyagi.
Sho Aoyagi (青柳翔 Aoyagi Shō , born March 11, 1979) is a Sanese politician, an activist, and a singer. He is the 55th Prime Minister of Okaiken since July 27, 2016 and the incumbent leader of the Sanese Communist Party since May 8, 2016. Before he became the leader of the Communist party, he served as its deputy leader and became one of the critics of Tadatsugu Jobei's referendum of bringing back the symbolic powers of the Imperial Family of Okaiken.
Born with poor parents, Aoyagi joined the student movement of the Sanese Communist Party when he was 17 years old. He quickly rose to the ranks of the party until he was appointed as the deputy leader by Kazuo Shii. Before Shii stepped down, there were talks that the third in command of the party, Sachiro Ishimoto taking full control of the party, but at the last minute stepped aside and allowed Aoyagi to succeed Shii.
Sho Aoyagi was born in March 11, 1979 at what was then the small city of Ichijoudani. The Aoyagis were a very poor farming family. Sho's father would often plant vegetables in the small plot of land that the family owns. Aoyagi was not able to attend school until he was about 8 years old, where he finally got enrollment at an elementary school more than 10 kilometres away. Sho would usually work about an hour or two before coming to school.
Leader of the Communist Party
|Prime Minister of Okaiken