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Nagasaki mayor urges careful deliberations on security bills
9 August 2015
The mayor of the Japanese city of Nagasaki has urged the government to engage in ″careful and sincere deliberations″ on a series of security bills currently moving through parliament.
Japanese constitutional experts view the security legislation pushed by the Shinzo Abe administration as ″unconstitutional.″
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Japanese call on PM Abe to halt rush to war
Monday 10th August 2015
80,000 dead mourned 70 years after Nagasaki atom bomb
by Our Foreign Desk
With the solemn tolling of a bell, the city observed a minute’s silence at 11.02am, the minute the US B-29 bomber Bockscar dropped its terrifying and deadly payload on August 9 1945.
The bombing of the defenceless city killed some 40,000 people instantly and the same number from the lingering effects of radiation.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe attended the event along with representatives from 75 countries, including US ambassador Caroline Kennedy.
Mr Abe said Japan, as yet the only country to suffer atomic bombing, would seek to play a leading role in disarmament. But the PM was criticised by survivors — known as hibakusha in Japan — and Nagasaki Mayor Tomihisa Taue.
The new laws “reinterpret” Japan’s post-war constitution, which limits the armed forces to self-defence only, to allow them to be sent overseas to defend its allies — among them the US.
“We cannot accept this,” said Mr Taniguchi, after describing in graphic detail the horrors of the atom bomb, including the terrible burns to his back.
Mr Taue noted the “widespread unease” about the legislation, which has passed the lower house of parliament and is now before the upper house. “I urge the government of Japan to listen to these voices of unease and concern,” he said.
A message from UN secretary general Ban Ki Moon echoed the calls of Mr Taue and others to abolish nuclear weapons.
“I wholeheartedly join you in sounding a global rallying cry: No more Nagasakis. No more Hiroshimas,” Mr Ban said in a message read by acting UN high representative for disarmament affairs Kim Won Soo.
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