Two Security laws pass by Japan’s Parliament to improve its pacific constitution [ Current News (Concise) ]
About passing of Security laws: Japan’s parliament has passed two security laws to improve its pacific constitution enclosed after World War II to allow its troops to fight out of the country.
- These bills already have been permitted by Parliament’s lower house and it was voted into law by the Upper Chamber.
About the laws:
- These laws are considered as major Defence policy shift of Japan that could let troops fight overseas for the first time since 1945.
- They also release the limits of the pacific constitution on the military and allow Japan to get involved in mutual self - defence.
- The major Defence policy shift of Japan originates China’s increasing military strength and sureness in the Asia - Pacific region.
About earlier announcement of Japan’s Pacific Constitution:
- Earlier Article 9 of Japan’s Pacifist Constitution rejected war and clearly stated Japanese people forever leave war as an independent right and will not use military force for international clashes.
- Though new security laws allow Japanese troops to fight abroad in case of mutual self - defence or Japan’s survival is endangered.
- It will also give improvement to Defence expense and industry of Japan.
- Japan is presently 9th largest country in terms of Defence expense.
- Published on: September 22, 2015