Protesters hold placards with a photo of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, during a rally against the government's planned secrecy law, in Hibiya Park, Tokyo, on Thursday night. The government is planning a state secrets act that critics say could curtail public access to information on a wide range of issues, including tensions with China and the Fukushima nuclear crisis. The new law would dramatically expand the definition of official secrets and journalists convicted under it could be jailed for up to five years. The placards read as "No Secrecy Act".© Japan Today
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