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Oe urges protesters to continue opposition to security laws - AJW by The Asahi Shimbun


Oe urges protesters to continue opposition to security laws - AJW by The Asahi Shimbun: The rally was held to highlight public opposition to nuclear power generation as well as the security legislation, which was enacted on Sept. 19 and greatly expands the role of the Self-Defense Forces overseas.

Attended by about 25,000 people, the rally was organized by the Citizens’ Committee for the 10 Million People’s Petition to Say Goodbye to Nuclear Power Plants, in cooperation with citizens groups opposing the security legislation.

Aki Okuda, a 23-year-old member of Students Emergency Action for Liberal Democracy-s (SEALDs), also addressed the protesters.

“It may have meant our loss in the battle when the bills were passed in the Diet, and we should face that fact seriously,” said Okuda, who led past protests in front of the Diet building. “(The opposition) extends beyond conservatives and reformists. Now is the time for us to say we are ‘opposed to wars’ and ‘protect our Constitution.’ ”

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