Thousands of protesters gathered in Hibiya Park before marching around the Ginza district of Tokyo, Friday, to protest against Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and the Abe government's proposed security-related bills, which protesters deem unconstitutional. The protesters marched 2.2 km (about 1.4 miles) around the Ginza district chanting against the new "war bills" and carrying placards reading "Smash fascism! Abe out!." Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has vowed to enact the laws to bolster Japan's security stance amid a territorial dispute with China. The new legislation allows the Japanese military to deploy troops abroad for the first time since 1945. The move allows the prime minister and government to deploy troops to assist allies, likely the United States, without parliament's approval or public debate. Analysts have linked the changes to the US's 'pivot to Asia' in national security, a policy widely seen to be an attempt to contain China.
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