Japanese gov’t sued over visa refusal case

The Japanese government was sued on Thursday over interfering freedom of assembly and speech in a visa refusal case last year.

Last November, visa requests from 12 Chinese, who were invited to symposiums in Tokyo on wartime issues, were rejected.

The Japanese Foreign Ministry did’t give any explainations.

Now, the complaint, filed by six representatives from China and Japan, sued the Japanese government over this case, seeking over 58,000 U.S. dollars in compensation.

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