domingo, 20 de setembro de 2015

Japan Approves law allowing sending troops abroad

A military reform hasn't happened since World War II. This is a measure very controversial within the country and is encarda with suspicion on the part of neighbouring countries.

A Government maneuver to Shinzo Abe that also benefits the military industry and authorizes the export of weaponry: "it takes legislation to protect the people of Japan and their quiet way of life. And to avoid a war. I believe I have been established the legal basis to leave a peaceful country to our children and future generations, "says Shinzo Abe.

The leader of the opposition Democratic Party, Katsuya Okada: "it is regrettable that the Government has ignored all objections and promulgated legislation. This left a scar on pacifism, in constitutionalism and democracy of Japan. "

The peacemakers have disputed this policy in front of the Parliament and more than half of Japanese don't conform to this new role of the army.

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