Entertainment Olympic Games: Police arrest 83-year-old protestler

12:16  31 july  2021
12:16  31 july  2021 Source:   express.de

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Tokyo. On the edge of the Olympic Games in Tokyo, the Japanese police arrested a member of a small link radical group to participate in protests against the games. As the Japanese television channel NHK reported on Saturday (31 July), the police in Tokyo searched the seat of the "Revolutionary Communist League", which is also known in Japan as "Chukaku-Ha".

Ein 83-Jähriger störte die Eröffnungsfeier der Olympischen Spiele am 23. Juli 2021 in Tokio. © Kirsty Wigglesworth / ap / dpa An 83-year-old bothered the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games on July 23, 2021 in Tokyo.

The group, which according to police is around 4,700 members, pursues the goal of a communist policy for Japan. But society plays no major role.

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Olympic Games: 83-year-old arrested

At its peak, she had taken part in the 1960s and 70s with partly armed clashes with the police for headlines. In the meantime, their members try to organize small protests as now to Olympia .

The Japanese arrested for resistance to the state power had participated in protests on the edge of the opening ceremony. The now 83-year-old leader of the group had recently recently occurred in public after 51 years and had criticized Japan's Corona policy. (dpa)

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