페이지 정보작성자 편집실 작성일17-11-06 12:34 조회684회 댓글0건
Thousands of protesters took to the streets of Tokyo on Sunday on the occasion of the 20th National Worker’s Meeting to protest against the policies of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and a visit by US President Donald Trump.
Protesters contested Abe’s economic plans in the realm of company privatization, the country’s nuclear power policies, and the presence of US troops in Japan, among other issues.
A salient moment of the demonstration saw two impersonations of Abe and Trump laying down blocks of ‘war,’ ‘poverty,’ and ‘karoshi’ (the Japanese term for death by overwork) before being ‘arrested’ by protesters.
Trump and Abe shared a round of golf on Sunday, a prelude to more formal talks on Monday. Japan is expected to seek reassurance from Trump of Washington's commitment to security in the Asia-Pacific region and a united front against North Korea.
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