12.11.2014 9:30

Japanese make fire in the center of Tokyo, leaving Prime Minister Abe notes and videos

In the center of Tokyo Japanese set himself on fire in protest against the removal of restrictions on the activities of the armed forces of Japan. Near the site of a suicide, law enforcement officials found a letter and a video camera with recording, which were addressed to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and the leaders of both houses of parliament.

The incident occurred on the evening of November 11 at Hibiya Park near the quarter of government buildings, reports Reuters referring to the HNK.Wristcutters extinguished fire and police, who arrived on a call, after which the man was hospitalized. Pronounced dead Japanese. Any data it is given.

A similar incident occurred in June of this year against the backdrop of future changes in the Japanese legislation – Government adopts amendments to the constitution to allow Japan to deploy troops abroad.

Resolution, which refers to the so-called collective defense – fighting to protect friendly countries – was adopted on July 1. Against these amendments are the thousands of Japanese in Tokyo regularly held demonstrations on this occasion.