The governor of Japan's southern Okinawa prefecture, Takeshi Onaga, revoked a permit allowing the relocation of a US airbase on Okinawa, during a press conference in Naha, on Tuesday. Onaga is a strong opponent to the central government's plans to relocate the US Marine Corps Air Station, Futenma, from Ginowan region to the coastal region of Henoko. The governor told local media that there were "defects" in the permit granting the move that was put into practice by his predecessor, former governor Hirokazu Nakaima. Many local citizens want the US base moved away permanently from the island. The US military have been stationed in Okinawa since the end of World War II and currently have around 26,000 troops stationed in the area.
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