Members of the Students Emergency Action for Liberal Democracy (SEALDs) and followers hold placards against proposed new security legislation in front of the National Parliament on September 11, 2015, Tokyo, Japan. According to the organizers more than 10,000 students, young people, academics, workers and pensioners, joined the demonstration to express their opposition to the Abe government. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe  is preparing to formalize the ''constitutional reinterpretation''  through parliament to permit Japan Self Defense Forces to fight on overseas soil. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)

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SEALDs continue protest against Abe's security reinterpretation
Members of the Students Emergency Action for Liberal Democracy (SEALDs) and followers hold placards against proposed new security legislation in front of the National Parliament on September 11, 2015, Tokyo, Japan. According to the organizers more than 10,000 students, young people, academics, workers and pensioners, joined the demonstration to express their opposition to the Abe government. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is preparing to formalize the ''constitutional reinterpretation'' through parliament to permit Japan Self Defense Forces to fight on overseas soil. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)

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Date 11 Sep 2015
Location: Tokyo Japan
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