SEP 12-SEP 18 ISSUES
Not by Military Retaliation but by Pursuing Justice
JCP Central Committee Chair Fuwa Tetsuzo and JCP Executive Committee Chair Shii Kazuo sent a letter to national governments around the world calling for justice to be done to terror perpetrators and warning against military retaliation.
JCP Political Funds Reflect its Ties with the Public at the Grassroots Level
The government has published financial reports of political parties for fiscal 2000.
Employees Get Apology from Video Game Maker Sega
Sega Enterprises, Ltd., a major video game maker, has promised its employees that "solitary confinement room" would be closed down and human rights violations ended.
For elimination of terrorism, not by military retaliation, but by pursuing justice (JCP view on...)
Fuwa explains JCP letter to heads of government on terrorist attacks in the U.S.
Terrorist attacks in the U.S. shock the whole world -- Akahata editorial, September 13, 2001
Safety-first policy is necessary in coping with mad cow disease
Young people walk in demonstration to protest terrorism and retaliation
'No' to new U.S. base in Nago; stop emergency legislation
Government must check unloading of N-weapons by U.S. vessels at Yokosuka Port
Characteristics of JCP political funds position
JCP on Tokyo stock price plunge to below 10,000
Game maker Sega's workers pushed the company into removing "solitary confinement room"
Elderly people's rally renews resolve to defend peace and welfare
International Symposium held on 40th anniversary of Non-Aligned Movement
=INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON NON-ALIGNMENT=
Speech by Ogata Yasuo, JCP International Bureau director
JCP chair talks with China-Japan Friendship Society vice chair
Nanko Town Mayor Yamada recalls his 30 years' career as JCP member