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Shii calls on Venezuelan gov’t to stop crackdown on public protests and implement measures to restore democracy

With regard to the ongoing crisis in Venezuela, Japanese Communist Party Chair Shii Kazuo issued a statement calling for putting a stop to crackdown on public protests and restoring human rights and democracy in the country.

Okinawa confronts PM Abe with overwhelming ‘No’ in Henoko referendum

In the prefectural referendum, an overwhelming majority or 434,000 voters expressed their opposition to the Henoko landfill work.

Backed by referendum results, Okinawa will push Tokyo to give up on Henoko base project

Governor Tamaki stressed that the number of voters who said “No” in the referendum surpassed the required quarter of the voting-eligible population of 1.15 million, urging the Japanese government to suspend the Henoko base project without delay.

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Seeking to block sales tax hike to 10%, tax protest held throughout Japan


With the March 15 tax return deadline approaching, nearly 100,000 small business owners,workers, an...
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