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There is no problem with the action of police officers who moved to the Prime Minister Hokkaido Police Headquarters

2020-02-26T10:29:59.757Z

Last year, a Hokkaido police book said about the act of moving police to a distant place by those who flew to Prime Minister Abe during a speech in Sapporo.



There is no problem with the action of the police officer who moved him to the Prime Minister Hokkaido Police Headquarters February 26 14:10

Last year, the Hokkaido Police Headquarters took action to prevent trouble and confusion regarding the act of moving police to a distant place, such as those who skipped the Prime Minister Abe who was speaking in Sapporo. Reported to the council that there was no problem.

During the House of Councilors election last July, people who jumped at the street address in Prime Minister Abe, who had been addressing the streets in Sapporo, were moved away by crowded security police officers. .

Men in their thirties charged criminal police officers with at least nine men and women kept away, but were charged without prosecution on the 25th.

The Hokkaido Police Headquarters pushed the men and women who shouted loudly in front of Sapporo Station after confirming the facts internally by the General Affairs Committee of the Hokkaido Parliament about these acts, Regarding nine cases, such as stopping, and asking a job question to a man who shouted out in the underground walking space, it was a response to prevent trouble and confusion based on the Police Duty Execution Act, and there was no problem reported .

"It took six months to confirm the facts and I was sorry to have kept you waiting. The police officer's response did not control any particular opinion, but I was given a complaint. I want to take that seriously. "

On the other hand, the accused men are also considering filing a petition with the prosecutor's board in the future, stating that they "are guilty of apparently illegal activities."

Source: nhk

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