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Sport Tokyo 2021: These games whose Japanese do not want

14:47  22 july  2021
14:47  22 july  2021 Source:   lemonde.fr

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How did Japan find themselves forced to organize the Olympic Games whose population does not want? At the approach of the opening of the Tokyo Games, Friday, July 23, Philippe Mesmer, correspondent to the "world" in the Japanese capital, explains in this podcast the reluctance of the population on the spot.

After being postponed by one year because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Olympic Games will begin Friday, July 23 in Tokyo by the traditional opening ceremony.

But these Olympics are particularly morous: not only the epidemic goes back to Japan (and it imposes drastic constraints in the organization of the Games), but in addition the Japanese population is hostile to hold these events.

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Philippe Mesmer, the correspondent of the world in Tokyo, explains why, in this episode of the podcast "the hour of the world", and returns to the stubbornness of the Japanese government to organize these games at all costs.

An episode produced by Esther Michon, directed by Matthieu Gasnier and presented by Morgane Tual, with the voice of Karim el Hadj

"the hour of the world", a podcast on a daily basis to know more about the opposition of the Japanese OJ: Analysis: OJ of Tokyo: Between rebound of the epidemic and maintenance of competitions, the flight forward of the government of Yoshihide Sugarecit: In Japan, the fear of an "Olympic variant" analysis: the Japanese do not want Olympics From Tokyo, the Suga Government under pressure from the transcryment: the Tokyo Olympic Games, in camera and under state of Urgencerteillonte all the articles of the Writing on the Tokyo Olympics 2021

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