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Keiichiro Hirano "Never accept the emergency clause," said Chief Cabinet Secretary Kato

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When former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced his willingness to change the constitution at the 2016 House of Councilors Budget Committee, the Democratic Party of Japan (at that time) said, "Even if there is no law, the prime minister can limit the rights of the people by a cabinet order.

Akutagawa Prize-winning author Keiichiro Hirano posted on Twitter by the 12th.Chief Cabinet Secretary Katsunobu Kato at a press conference on the 11th, the revised country ... → Continue reading

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Emergency(Emergency,British: Emergency) Is, in general,Health,lifeandpropertyOrEnvironmentIs imminentemergencyThe state of[1].

"Japanese language dictionary』Defines an emergency as follows.

"(1) A serious situation that requires urgent measures. (2) A state in which there is an urgent danger for security reasons.In Japan today, the Prime Minister can issue an emergency declaration to maintain security in the event of a large-scale disaster or sedition, temporarily control the police, and general police force can provide security. In the event of a situation that is deemed unsustainable, the Self-Defense Forces can be ordered to dispatch security.

* Police Law [1954] Article XNUMX "When the Prime Minister is proclamed for an emergency prescribed in the preceding Article", it may have a special legal meaning.



"Emergency situations" in international organizations

Various "emergency situations" stipulated in Japanese law

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  1. ^ a b "UK Government Advice on Definition of an Emergency (PDF)". 2007/5/30Browse.
  2. ^ "Notice from Japan WHO Association”. Japan WHO Association. 2020/12/31Browse.
  3. ^ "A world facing a silent emergency”. Japan Committee for UNICEF. 2020/12/31Browse.
  4. ^ "Prime Minister Abe asks questions at the Diet Committee for the first time in 45 years-state of emergency". Newsletter(July 2020, 4). https://www.jiji.com/jc/article?k=2020040600578&g=pol 2020/4/7Browse. 
  5. ^ "State of Emergency" Very Imminent "Minister of Economic Revitalization Nishimura Receives 118 Infections in Tokyo". Mainichi Newspapers(July 2020, 4). https://mainichi.jp/articles/20200405/k00/00m/010/068000c 2020/4/7Browse. 
  6. ^ “Prime Minister announces state of emergency for 7 prefectures, until May 5”. Mainichi Newspapers(July 2020, 4). https://mainichi.jp/articles/20200407/k00/00m/010/169000c 2020/4/7Browse. 
  7. ^ "State of the National Security Council". 2020/3/16Browse.
  8. ^ “Immigration refusal, judged by the population ratio of infected people, immigration control law also applies”. Nihon Keizai Shimbun(July 2020, 2). https://www.nikkei.com/article/DGXMZO56077520W0A220C2PP8000/ 2020/3/16Browse. 
  9. ^ “[Original] President Xi postponed visit to Japan“ Environment is not ready ”by the Japanese and Chinese governments to announce”. FNN(July 2020, 3). https://www.fnn.jp/posts/00433313CX/202003051553_CX_CX 2020/3/16Browse. 
  10. ^ “Requesting refrain from visiting Japan from China and South Korea Government policy, tourism purpose target [New pneumonia / coronavirus”]. Asahi Shimbun(July 2020, 3). https://www.asahi.com/articles/ASN3556VLN35ULFA01Y.html 2020/3/16Browse. 
  11. ^ "<New Corona> Immigration restrictions from China and South Korea Prime Minister's announcement visa is also suspended Waiting for 2 weeks at the designated place". Tokyo Newspaper(July 2020, 3). https://www.tokyo-np.co.jp/article/politics/list/202003/CK2020030602000116.html 2020/3/16Browse. 
  12. ^ “Part of Italy is also subject to immigration denial”. Nihon Keizai Shimbun(July 2020, 3). https://www.nikkei.com/article/DGKKZO56624200Q0A310C2MM8000/ 2020/3/16Browse. 
  13. ^ “Proposal for telephone meeting of health ministers to Japan, China and South Korea in response to tightening immigration restrictions”. Asahi Shimbun(July 2020, 3). https://www.asahi.com/articles/ASN3D635WN3DUTFK013.html 2020/3/16Browse. 
  14. ^ Even if a situation is once recognized as an "emergency response situation", it may include a situation that is later recognized as an "armed attack situation" depending on the subsequent transition.
  15. ^ "What is an emergency response situation?-Cabinet Secretariat National Protection Portal Site". 2020/3/16Browse.
  16. ^ "Mechanism for the protection of the people in the event of an armed attack, etc. --Cabinet Secretariat National Protection Portal Site". 2020/3/16Browse.
  17. ^ "Q & A National Protection Legislation". 2020/3/16Browse.
  18. ^ "Law Concerning Peace and Independence of Japan and the Security of National and Citizens in the Case of Armed Attacks and Crisis". 2020/3/16Browse.
  19. ^ "Law Concerning Measures to Protect People in Armed Attacks, etc.". 2020/3/16Browse.
  20. ^ "Assistant Chief Cabinet Secretary | Cabinet Secretariat Homepage". 2020/3/16Browse.

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