Japan's Justice in the Dark

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To British Prime Minister Boris Johnson I was amazed! Due to the global shortage of semiconductors, production cuts are spreading among automobile manufacturers. This causal relationship is too complicated. Demand for automobiles fell due to the spread

To British Prime Minister Boris Johnson

Submitted additional material to the United Nations Human Rights Council (ohchr).
I read an article that translated the coverage of Agence France-Presse.
The arrest and imprisonment of "Carlos Ghosn" violates Articles 9, 10 and 11 of the "Universal Declaration of Human Rights" and Articles 9, 10 and 14 of the "International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights". It was taken up by the UN Working Group because it violated it. "I" also submitted "additional materials" from "this point of view".
Japan has not ratified the "reporting system".
However, Mr. Ghosn's lawyers, Francois Jimerley and Jessica Finnell's "complaints" to the Japanese government were deliberated in the "working group."
If so, my "complaints" should also be dealt with by the "Working Group on Arbitrary Detention". Please help us to do so!Please help the Government of the United Kingdom treat this issue "fairly" in the United Nations Human Rights Council.
I can't "attach a file" because there are a lot of materials.
As for the materials, "Documents for submitting complaints" has been uploaded below, so please download it.

2021-02-05: Dear Sir,
It cannot be compared with "semiconductor shortage"!
The future of "electric vehicles" will influence the world!
That's why I'm calling for the promotion of "hydrogen vehicles"!
But we are also waiting for a dream story.
I was amazed! Due to the global shortage of semiconductors,
production cuts are spreading among automobile manufacturers.
This causal relationship is too complicated.
Demand for automobiles fell due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection,
and orders for semiconductors for automobiles were reduced.
However, when these companies wanted to increase supply toward the end of 2020,
it became difficult to secure semiconductor production capacity.
I think this problem will be resolved soon because the "main producing country" is Taiwan.
The problem is that next-generation vehicles
that will replace gasoline are likely to become "electric vehicles."
Japan, which invented the lithium-ion battery, used to monopolize production,
but production is not growing now. Currently,
lithium-ion batteries are already in price competition,
with China and South Korea becoming price leaders.
The world needs lithium. However, very few areas can produce large amounts of lithium.
Argentina, Bolivia, and Chile,
known as the "lithium triangle" in South America,
account for more than half of the world's total supply.
Will Lithium Change the World Power Chart? So far things are going peacefully.
But the situation is similar to the 1950s,
when the resource of oil was in the hands of some previously weaker nations.
However, "If the price of lithium doubles, 10 economic projects will soon be launched in Europe.

Part 1 The current semiconductor shortage,
which has forced automakers to shut down production and worsen relations with semiconductor chip makers,
is due to short-sighted planning, supply chain complexity,
and the auto industry's practice of keeping inventories low. ..
A person familiar with the situation revealed.

The largest automobile consumer is Tesla, the world's largest producer of BEVs.
Previously, it was procured from one Panasonic company,
but now it is procured from multiple companies such as CATL, LG Chemical, and BYD.
For the time being, the current liquid electrolyte type LiB will be used for BEVs and PHEVs.
It is said that the practical application of all-solid-state batteries is more than 7 to 8 years away.
In addition, in order to put all-solid-state batteries into practical use,
it is necessary to update the production facilities.
Currently, most of the in-vehicle LiB production in the world is covered by Chinese and Korean companies.
Japan, the inventor of LiB, used to monopolize production, but production is not growing now.

Professor Andrew Baron of Swansea University,
who specializes in low-carbon energy and environmental issues, speculates.
Wales, England alone needs enough lithium to run out of Bolivia's "annual output."

Brian Menell, CEO of TechMet, which focuses on securing the rare metals needed
by the technology industry, said.
So far, the supply of lithium is meeting demand,
but as demand grows over the next decade, the gap with supply will begin to widen.
"The chances of lithium being replaced by something will be diminishing."

Bolivian President Evo Morales has made a remarkable move in this regard.

But there is also a big reversal scenario!
Mining projects in Cornwall, England, Saxony, Germany,
and lithium-containing marine water projects in Alsace, France, can be considered, "says Menell.

I will write tomorrow, too.

The amendment of the Immigration Control Act in January 2017 states
that "I am not guilty" as the reason for the amendment.
Reason: Amend from "cannot be punished" to "can be punished".
It is a false charge. Thank you to everyone in the international community.
However, the Japanese government has not yet apologized. See below for the indictment. (Japanese)

Part 2 Please see the following
for "false charges" of "crime of support for violation of immigration law" in 2010

Best regards.

Yasuhiro Nagano