‘We don’t condone war’: Protesters rally against law allowing Japan to defend allies abroad (VIDEO) – 03.29.16

  • Thousands of anti-war protesters gathered outside the Japanese parliament in Tokyo to protest against a new security bill that allows its military to engage in conflicts abroad for reasons other than self-defense.
  • More than 37,000 protesters, including members of four opposition parties, reportedly joined the rally on Tuesday.
  • Footage from Ruptly shows protesters shouting through megaphones and holding signs reading “oust the Abe administration” and “we don’t condone war”. The protest was organized by the Students Emergency Action for Liberal Democracy (SEALD).

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Source: rt.com

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