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Posted in: Fans to be banned from Olympic events in Tokyo, 3 neighboring prefectures See in context

I'm not too much into the juridicial details of hosting the Olympic Games,

but if it works, as people commenting before me said, that only IOC has

the power to cancel it, then at least Japan has the full right to sue them

afterwards, right? That's definitely what I think they should do as soon as the

circus is over. I can't speak for everyone but I'm pretty sure we Europeans

anyway would take Japan's side by default.

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Posted in: Can Tokyo Olympics be held with spectators? See in context

Well, although my personal reason for hoping the Olympics will be held successfully and with overseas spectators, is more of a matter of being stuck in a love life catch 22, I would suggest a trial period with an extremely limited and carefully selected number of foreigners.

Then at least there would be a chance (for Japanese officials) to evaluate the impact overseas visitors would have. And thereafter make a final decision that will at least not be 100% built on speculation.

I mean if the trial period would not go well, at least no one will ever be able to question the decision of a subsequent cancellation. If the trial period would indeed go well, then that's something concrete to ease worries among the Japanese general public.

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