Tomonaga, Norio

    Company: Sasebo City

    Family Name: Tomonaga

    Given Name: Norio

    Party: Independent

    Role: Mayor of Sasebo City

    IR Stance: Advocate

    Profile: A long-term politician, Tomonaga worked his way through terms as Sasebo city councilman and prefectural assemblyman before his first election as mayor of Sasebo in 2007.

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