Tuesday, December 5, 2017

More than 60 Japanese MPs visit controversial Yasukuni shrine

Tokyo's controversial Yasukuni Shrine
A group of more than 60 Japanese MPs on Tuesday visited Tokyo's controversial Yasukuni Shrine, linked to the country's militaristic past, and which has been a source of diplomatic tension between Japan and its Asian neighbors for years.


The group was comprised of the delegation from the two chambers of Japanese Parliament, including several deputy ministers, and members from various parties, mainly from the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), the public broadcaster NHK reported.
 EFE/EPA
 5/12/17
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More than 60 Japanese MPs visit controversial Yasukuni shrine

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