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697 :<丶`∀´>(´・ω・`)(`ハ´  )さん:2006/03/03(金) 07:35:37 ID:nmKI9yi+
SOUTH KOREA OPPOSES MOVE TO REVISE JAPAN'S CONSTITUTION

President Roh Moo Hyun of South Korea signaled his opposition to Japan's move to revise
its pacifist Constitution, saying that Japanese leaders have been trying to justify their colonial
history in Asia. In a speech commemorating the anniversary of a 1919 Korean uprising against
Japanese colonial rule, Mr. Roh said Japan should become a "normal country, a world leader"
by changing its conduct, not by "revising its laws or building up its military." Prime Minister
Junichiro Koizumi of Japan rejected the criticism, saying that Mr. Roh should consider postwar
Japan's peaceful history. South Korea and other Asian countries invaded by Japan have reacted
angrily against a series of comments by Japan's foreign minister, Taro Aso, who has said that
Taiwan owes its current high educational standards to Japanese colonial rule and that Japan's
emperor should visit the Yasukuni Shrine, the memorial where 14 Japanese war criminals are
enshrined. NORIMITSU ONISHI (NYT)

http://www.nytimes.com/2006/03/02/international/02briefs.html?_r=1&oref=slogin

NYTオオニシが、また「韓国やアジア諸国が反発」と印象操作をしている。

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