Japanese Socialist and Communist led demonstrator continued their protest against the bethering Sasebo of the U.
Japanese Socialist and Communist led demonstrator continued their protest against the bethering Sasebo of the U.S. nuclear-powered submarine Seadragon.
Eight youths were arrested on Wednesday night for violating the Metropolitan Public Safety Regulations while demonstrating in downtown Tokyo against the call at Sasebo of the Seadragon. The arrested youths were among the demonstrators who marched from the Hibiya Park, right in the center of the city to the Tokyo Central Station after a rally. More than 10,000 demonstrations including members of Japan Socialist Party, General Council of Japan Trade Unions, Federation of Independent Unions and six members of the Japan Socialist Party's Youth league. The demonstrators crashed with policemen who are guarding the demonstrators along the roads where the demonstrators marched on. More than 8,000 policemen were mobilised to watch the demonstrators. The Seadragon is expected to anchor at Sasebo port until Friday (February 5th) and Japanese Socialist Party and Communist Party led demonstrators will continue demonstration against the submarine and the government and members of the Japan Socialist Party accusing the Premier Sato at the diet why he has agreed with the U.S. government to let them in Japanese port in defiance with opposition of the people and Japanese scientists who fear radioactivities from the submarine. Those who wear white helmets are students member of Japan Socialist Party's youth league who mainly crashed with the policemen and they used to get on the trucks. The policemen wear black helmet and guarded the streets against the demonstrators.