Dear Sirs, I am Japanese. Please rescue the victims of human rights abuses in your country's "illegal work" by the Japanese government.
In Japan, traditional immigration laws have been used, and simple and unskilled workers have taken measures not to enter the country.
However since 2005 the number of illegal workers has increased sharply,
As a countermeasure against it, Article 73-2 (crime of promoting illegal employment) was set up in 2009 amendment to Immigration Control Act.
Article 73 - A person who falls under any of the following items shall be punished by imprisonment with work for not more than 3 years or a fine of not more than 3 million yen,
I write each issue tomorrow.
Importantly, the source of illegal work crime is an employer.
If a judicial punishes an illegal employer under Article 73 2 (a crime promoting illegal employment)
Foreigners will not be able to work illegally.
The problem is that the police and the prosecutors will collaborate with the businesses and not punish illegal businesses.
In the United States, it is the same as police officers in sanctuary cities that do not arrest illegal immigrants.
I believe President Trump and many Americans will surely understand my argument.
Governments of each country should ask the Japanese government to rescue their citizens who have suffered human rights violations by the Japanese government.
Rather than newly accepting immigrants and refugees, the people's relief should be given priority.
I am e-mailing for that. There are many victims all over the world.
It is a humanitarian crime under "illegal worker's crime" by Japanese officials.
Not only Japanese law but international law violation. The material is below.
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#MeToo Please remedy human rights victims.
Sincerely yours, Yasuhiro Nagano
Prime Minister Teliza May, Gambare. And please help us! Best regards.
International Criminal Court:
Japan officially became a Party of 105 countries on October 1, 2007.
The Rome Statute and its cooperation law came into force on October 1, 2007 under domestic law.