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日本民意怒潮:抗议安倍政权及安保法案

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日本民意怒潮:抗议安倍政权及安保法案

【新闻速递】据日媒报道,反对安保相关法案的日本市民团体本月14日在该国国会附近举行集会。与8月30日举行的大规模集会一样,众多参加者包围国会议事堂,甚至挤满了正门前的机动车道。主办方公布的参加人数约为4.5万人。

当天,日本作家大江健三郎满怀危机感,称“如果法案成立,和平宪法之下的日本将不复存在”。他还表示:“特别是年轻人发出了强有力的声音。不能以‘没希望’就闷在心里。”

东京都世田谷区的野岛美奈子(38岁)手持写有反对战争的自制标语牌,带着2岁的大女儿一同参加集会。她一边摸着女儿的脑袋一边说:“放弃战争的理念可能发生重大变化。想到二三十年后的事情,我觉得现在行动刻不容缓。”

日本国会被彻底淹没在了“走向战争”“坚决反对破坏宪法”“国民声音不容忽视”等抗议声浪之中。

相关英语报道:

TOKYO —Thousands of protesters rallied in Tokyo against Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s security policy on Monday as the government aims to enact legislation this month that would allow Japanese troops to fight abroad for the first time since World War Two.

Participants including Nobel literature laureate Kenzaburo Oe and leaders of main opposition parties gathered in front of the Diet building, waving glow sticks and holding up placards reading “no war” and “scrap war legislation.”

Protesters broke through metal barriers after scuffling with police and streamed onto the street in front of the Diet.

Organisers said the protesters numbered 45,000. A police spokesman said the Metropolitan Police Department did not give estimates for the size of the protest.

A similar rally on Sunday, Aug 30 attracted about 120,000 people, according to the organizers.

Abe’s ruling bloc wants to pass the security bills before parliament ends its session on Sept 27. A vote in the upper house is expected this week.

"Abe’s government is currently not listening to the voices of the people, and many thing are being pulled back to the past in a bad way. So I can’t keep quiet,” said protester Yasuko Yanagihara, 69.

A poll carried out at the weekend and published on Monday by the Asahi Shimbun daily showed 54% of respondents opposed the legislation against 29% who backed it, and 68% saw no need to enact the bills during the current session.

Three-quarters of the respondents said the debate had been insufficient, in line with other surveys.

A separate survey by public broadcaster NHK also showed more than twice as many people polled were against the passage of the legislation in the current parliament session as those who support it.

Abe’s ruling bloc has a majority in the upper house, but opposition parties have said they will use all possible means to prevent a vote, including delaying procedures by submitting time-consuming non-confidence and censure motions.

Support for Abe’s government fell to 36%, the Asahi survey showed, the lowest rate since he took office in December 2012 and down from 38% in last month’s poll.

The NHK survey showed, however, support for the government rose by six percentage points from the previous poll in August to 43%t.

Abe last week won a rare second consecutive term as a ruling party chief, and hence premier, pledging to retain focus on reviving the world’s third-largest economy and deepen debate on revising its pacifist constitution.



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