The government defended the bill with a view to prevent terrorism, specially when Japan is all set to host Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
But rights groups, Japan's national bar association and numerous academics have opposed the bill, saying it is so broad it could be abused to allow wiretapping of innocent citizens and threaten privacy and freedom of expression guarantees in the constitution.
Abe said that the bill was passed to prevent terrorism and would be an appropriate, effective way to protect the lives of Japanese people.
Terrorism "won't disappear because of this law", said 29-year-old demonstrator Yohei Sakano outside parliament.
"It is unforgivable that the ruling coalition has become a yes man of Prime Minister Abe and abandoned its responsibility to supervise the government", she added according to the Japan Times.
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Por lo que, frente a la vulneración al principio de equidad en la contienda, se impuso a la ex candidata una multa "consistente en cinco mil veces el valor diario de la unidad de medida y actualización vigente; así como una multa de diez mil cien días al partido político Morena ".
The vote on the bill, which has divided the public, followed opposition party delaying tactics, protests and concerns raised by a United Nations expert - who called the legislation "defective" - and came days before the current session of parliament was set to end on June 18.
"Three years ahead of the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games, we hope to cooperate with the global community to prevent terror", he added.
The bill was revised several times over the years as earlier versions met with fierce resistance and did not make it through parliament.
The U.N. special rapporteur on the right to privacy, Joseph Cannataci, wrote to Abe last month asking him to address the risk that the changes could "lead to undue restrictions to the rights to privacy and to freedom of expression".In an email to Reuters, Cannataci said the Japanese government had used "the psychology of fear" to push through "defective legislation".
Japan's more powerful lower house passed the bill last month.
The latest bill reduced the number of targeted crimes to over 270 offences and narrowed the definition of terrorist and criminal organisations.
Opposition politicians accused the government of trying to avoid scrutiny of the bill and its policies, amid allegations of influence peddling swirling around the prime minister.
The unusual tactic was condemned by opposition leader Renho of the Democratic Party, who called it the "ultimate form of (parliamentary) railroading".
"Additionally, "[it] would permit the application of laws for crimes which appear to be totally unrelated with the scope of organised crime and terrorism", Cannataci said in an open letter to Japan's Prime Minister.
Some even compare the law to Japan's World War II-era "thought police".
Police arrested a 27-year-old man in connection with the attack on Monday and released 12 others without charges, officials said. Italian authorities said Zaghba was stopped at the Bologna airport in March 2016 and questioned, but never charged with a crime.
Ante esto, cobra fuerza la hipótesis de obstrucción por parte del presidente, lo que puede derivar en una acusación formal. Comey tuvo que declarar la semana pasada ante una comisión de inteligencia del Senado estadounidense.
Los futuros del metal dorado, considerado activo de refugio, para agosto en Estados Unidos perdieron 1.7% a 1,254.60 dólares. El oro al contado extendía las pérdidas del día anterior y operaba con una baja de 0,4% a 1.255,24 dólares la onza.
In an interview with PBS Newshour , he said: "I think he is considering, perhaps, terminating the special counsel". Trump's attorney took to ABC News to say he wouldn't "speculate" on whether or not Trump would fire Mueller.
Following the completion of the sale, the general counsel now directly owns 88,157 shares in the company, valued at $240,668.61. The transaction was disclosed in a filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission, which is available at this hyperlink .
The OPEC "put" may also require constant and precisetactics in order to keep crude prices above $50 barrels per day. Add in Russia's tanker shipments and its total exports are likely above 9 million bpd.
Scalise (51), legislador de Luisiana y tercero en el liderazgo del bloque republicano , recibió un tiro en la cadera. El sospechoso , dijo, "es alguien que aparentemente fue voluntario en mi campaña presidencial.
A month after the TRO was granted, Tran's friend J.Ryan La Cour also obtained a temporary restraining order against the singer. When she opted out of not giving back the jewelery, that's when she claims the singer became aggressive.
Asked if that constituted obstruction of justice , he said: "That's a conclusion I'm sure the special counsel will work towards". The special counsel's interviews with the senior officials will likely focus on Trump's firing of Comey and what motivated him.
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He said Trump was very kind and concerned about his son. " North Korea doesn't do anything out of the kindness of their hearts". He was found guilty of committing a " hostile act " against North Korea in March 2016 and sentenced to 15 years of hard labor.
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The official was not authorized to speak publicly about the investigation and did so only on condition of anonymity. Hodgkinson belonged to a number of anti-Republican groups, including one called "Terminate the Republican Party ".
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"A suspect is in the custody of Fort Carson law enforcement and the incident is under investigation", she stated. This is a developing situation, and this story will be updated when more information is available .
10-month-old child fatally shot while on walk with father
Police continue the search for three suspects linked to a shooting that left a 10-month-old baby boy dead on Wednesday afternoon. Police said the child's father was out for a walk with his son when three men walked up to them and one of them opened fire.
Air bag maker Takata to file for bankruptcy this month
More than a dozen automakers have recalled vehicles, include Volkswagen AG, Toyota Motor Corp and General Motors Co. Takata agreed in February to pay $1 billion in penalties to the Justice Department and plead guilty to wire fraud.
Eoin Morgan unbowed as befuddled England fluff their lines
Pacer Hasan Ali scalped three wickets for 35 runs while Juniad Khan and debutant Rumman Raees chipped in with two wickets each. Pakistan's openers compounded England's misery to the delight of their supporters at a sun-drenched Cardiff .
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Prosecutors say his prior use of Quaaludes shows that Cosby had knowledge of what he was doing when he gave her the pills. Constand or her family what the pills really were, despite the fact they requested the name of the medication later on.
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De inmediato acudió a la policía donde le mencionaron, " está bien, háblenle a su novio , se fue con su novio". La tarde del 8 de junio la niña y su papá viajaban en una bicicleta cuando comenzó a llover.
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Pelosi says it's "outrageous" and "beneath the dignity" of the House, adding: "How dare they say such a thing, how dare they". He "was treated and released having sustained a minor injury during the incident", Capitol Police said in a statement.
Cosby trial jurors deadlocked after 30 hours
A former Playboy playmate, she says Cosby drugged and raped her in 1969. "They're conflicted about the inconsistencies in Ms. One of them, Lili Bernard, burst into tears on Thursday after getting into an argument with a Cosby supporter outside.
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Aseveró que va a ser una postura de abrir las puertas, sobre todo a los militantes y ciudadanos independientes para 'luchar juntos por la transformación de México'.
ACLU sues to stop deportation of arrested Iraqi nationals
As of April 17, there were 1,444 Iraqi nationals with final orders of removal from the US Eight already have been removed to Iraq. Crackdowns on Iraqi nationals residing in the US have been carried out by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials.