Deaf persons attend lecture against security related bill

July 21, 2015

Hamamatsu-shi, Shizuoka:
Kato (left) points out danger of the 
security related bills, interpreted (right).

A lecture by Kato Yushi, 22, a senior majoring in education at Tokyo Gakugei University was held at the city welfare exchange center in Hamamatsu-shi on July 20, organized by a group of  250 college/university students and others who oppose the security related bills presently  discussed in the Diet.

He said, "If we don't speak up, it will be regarded as acceptance, and then the movement will advance one after another. We all must speak up, 'the bills are not clear, so give us more time to think over."

In the meeting 45 Deaf persons participated. A male representative of the meeting said, "There are a lot of Deaf persons who don't like reading so that they have little information."

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