Japan passes controversial anti-terrorism law against constitutional concerns


15 June
The flag of Japan (Photo credit: Flickr)
The flag of Japan (Photo credit: Flickr)
Japan passed a controversial anti-terror law on Thursday that sparked street protests and warnings from critics that it would stomp on citizens' privacy rights and lead to over-the-top police surveillance.  The upper house of parliament passed the conspiracy bill early Thursday morning after...
Read more: Economic Times

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