September 17 2015
After a debate that included lawmakers pushing and scuffling, the Japanese Parliament has approved a set of controversial security bills, reports the New York Times.
The package of 11 bills was approved by an upper house panel on Thursday after opposition lawmakers physically tried to block the vote, reported Reuters.
Opposition members were seen trying to pile on top of the committee chairman and seize his microphone. Members of the ruling party formed a defensive line so he...
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