日本新安保法案通过·民众聚会抗议

epa04847797 Japanese policemen break down demonstrators protesting against controversial security bills outside Japan's parliament in Tokyo, Japan, 15 July 2015, after the bills was passed at a parliamentary committee. Japan's ruling coalition forced to push controversial security bills through a Lower House committee on 15 July 2015, paving the way for passage at  the lower house assembly on 16 July 2015. The bills will expand the overseas operations by Japan's Self-Defense Forces and bring a big change to Japan's post-World War Two security policy.  EPA/KIMIMASA MAYAMA

警方严阵以待,镇压激动的示威者。

日本执政自民党为在本届国会9月27日闭幕前正式通过新安保法案,该党主导的众议院和平安全法制特别委员会星期三不惜强行表决通过该法案,以便能在星期四获众院全体会议上表决通过,首相安倍晋三为在场坐镇。国会外整天有民众集会,晚间更达到6万人(右下图),警方严阵以待,镇压激动的示威者。

 

Protesters stage a rally in front of the parliament building after a parliamentary committee approved legislation that would expand the role of Japan's military in Tokyo, Wednesday, July 15, 2015. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's ruling bloc forced the vote in the face of protests from some lawmakers and citizens. (AP Photo/Shuji Kajiyama)

国会外整天有民众集会,晚间更达到6万人。

 

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe raises his hand to answer a question from an opposition lawmaker during a parliamentary committee discussion on his controversial security bills at the National Diet in Tokyo on July 15, 2015.  Abe made another pitch on July 15 for security bills which would beef up Japan's military, as he pushed legislation through a key panel despite surging public and parliamentary opposition. The controversial bills that would expand the remit of the country's armed forces were approved by the lawmakers of the ruling coalition.   AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO

日本首相安倍晋三。

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