Reform of the immigration law in Japan

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A long-term detention of asylum seekers under the current immigration law in Japan is a major domestic and international concern.

Quote: “There is an obvious gap between the UN’s concerns for human rights and Japan’s national prerogative, but to take its place in the international community, Japan will have to address this gap. Abe [Kohki of Meiji Gakuin University] says if the country wants to truly engage in a meaningful amendment of the law, it will need to take a harder look at how it views foreigners.”

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