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Japan security law: Five opposition parties aim to scrap security laws

Japan’s Kyodo News reports that the country’s five opposition parties have submitted two bills that aim to scrap controversial security laws enacted last year. The move is seen as a challenge to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s stance on the role of armed forces. The bills call for the abolition of the two security laws: a law comprising revisions to 10 existing security-related laws and a new permanent law allowing Japan’s Self-Defense Forces to provide logistical support to foreign militaries in international peacekeeping activities.

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