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nnat your parents controversial security bill approved wind up a house panel on Thursday even at the opposition typically tried to block them skillful breaking out in parliament but it wasn't enough to stop for a move towards street being allowed to quite a boot for the first time since World War two prime minister Shinzo Ave is throwing his weight behind the changes and as Reuters linguistic explained his legacy is at the heart of the push I may it not as if he wants to go marching off to war his long term agenda remains to formally defined the constitution are which was written by a U. S. occupation forces while Japan was under occupation after it defeated her in World War two so he really wants to formally recognized competition in particular and pacifist article nine , streets that's conservatives like are they want Japan to have a constitution that they wrote themselves rather than , once written for them , support for the bill driving it popularity down many Japanese worried that the country could now be cool topic conflicts led by Washington irreverence wrong encouraged to turn and wanted Japan to do morning thunderstorms and in terms of the alliance though this is very welcome from Washington perspective other countries in the region from countries in Southeast Asia like the Philippines that are worried about Rauner's interesting assertiveness in the region are also welcome step thousands of demonstrators look and running out , well the to step down , the fifty five years ago after you Esther , security treaty with the three parliament , but now Japan remains a package information but it headed for a scenario where I could defend itself or an ally under attack Ave has pledged to go ahead with changes to the law or the majority of voters demanding reasons why