憲法9条にノーベル平和賞を

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① 世界各国に平和憲法を広めるために、日本国憲法、特に第9条、を保持している日本国民にノーベル平和賞を授与してください。   ➔ http://chn.ge/1bNX7Hb

 世界各国リーダー宛: いかなる理由があろうとも戦争はしないでください。話し合いで平和的に解決してください。 仲裁に努めてください。
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 「国連・平和への権利」要請署名 ➔ https://www.change.org/p/right-to-peace

④ 4野党宛:憲法違反の「安保法制」廃止・安倍政権退陣のため、 衆議院小選挙区での選挙協力への要望書
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 神奈川県でも野党統一候補を:憲法違反の「安保法制」廃止・安倍政権退陣のため、 衆議院小選挙区での選挙協力への要望書 
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2016年2月3日水曜日

2016年度 2/1 共通推薦文をノーベル委員会に提出させていただきました!

Recommending the Nomination of the Japanese people who conserve war-renouncing Article 9 of the Japanese constitution for the Nobel Peace Prize 2016








 Joint Nomination

We nominate “the Japanese people who conserve war-renouncing Article 9” for the Nobel Peace Prize, firmly believing that they will contribute to restraining state power, repealing the unconstitutional security laws, and realising a peace which does not rely on military force, based on the foundations of the constitution.

The Constitution of Japan is the only constitution globally which renounces war and the maintenance of armed forces and denies the right of belligerency of the state, while also recognizing the right to live in peace for all peoples of the world.* Japan has been a peaceful nation for the past 70 years, based on the foundations of this Constitution.

However, on July 1, 2014 the Cabinet made the decision to allow the use of the right to collective self-defence which had been prohibited until now, and on September 19, 2015 forced through a series of security related bills based upon this Cabinet decision which open the way for Japan to be involved in wars. These laws go against the pacifist preamble of the Constitution and Article 9 which is its concrete manifestation, and is invalid according to Article 98 of the Constitution. Furthermore, it is a change to the scope of the Constitution without following the procedures by the Japanese people outlined in Article 96 of the Constitution, thus invalid.

In summer of 2015, a fierce debate took place in both houses of the parliament, with all five major opposition parties in opposition to these moves. Constitutional scholars declared that the security bills are unconstitutional, and it became clear to the public that the contents of these bills were in fact a “war law.” Outside of the parliament, existing groups were joined by a diverse range of individuals and organisations including students, scholars and mothers, jointly raising their voices and standing up to be heard. Many of the Japanese people do not support the passing of these bills.

Although the constitution is facing a crisis, there has been no change to this highest of national laws, and each law which goes against the constitution is invalid. (Article 98 of the Constitution).

We strongly believe that “the Japanese people who conserve the war-renouncing Article 9” have it in their capacity to restrain the power of the state, repeal the unconstitutional security bills, and take back the three pillars of the constitution - respect for basic human rights, sovereignty of the people, and pacifism -  through nonviolent means such as public opinion, elections and legal appeals, based on the constitution. Furthermore, in this world suffering from so many conflicts, we nominate the Japanese people for the Nobel Peace Prize, as an encouragement to shine the war-renouncing Article 9 throughout the world and contribute to realising a peace which does not rely on military force.


* Reference:   
Japan Executive Committee for International Campaign for the right to peace
The Right to Collective Defense Encroaches the Right to Live in Peace

Qualified Nominators : 168

University rectors; professors of social sciences, history, philosophy, law and theology; directors of peace research institutes and foreign policy institutes

 
 Name
Title
Academic or Professional Affiliation
1
Abe Taro
Professor, Nagoya Gakuin University
Economics
2
Aizawa Yoichi 
Emeritus professor, Fukushima University
Social Policy , Social Security
3
Arakawa Shigekatsu
Emeritus Professor, Ritsumeikan University
Law
4
Ashida Fumio
Emeritus Professor, Ritsumeikan University
Economics
5
Asou Tamon
Associate Professor, Naruto University of Education
Constitutional Law
6
Enosawa Yukihiro
Associate Professor,  Nagoya Gakuin University
Constitutional Law
7
Fujii Masaki
Associate-Professor, Gunma University
Constitutional Law
8
Fujino Mitsuko
Professor, Fukusima Medical University
Constitutional Law
9
Fujioka Atsushi
Emeritus Professor, Ritsumeikan University
Economics
10
Fukazawa Hideo
Emeritus Professor,  Iwate University
Chinese History
11
Hamano kenzou
Professor, Kwansei Gakuin University
Philosophy
12
Haruyama Kazuho
Emeritus professor,  Fukushima University
Administrative Law
13
Hata Koichi
Emeritus professor,  Fukushima University
Sociology
14
Hayashi Akira
Emeritus Professo, Ryukoku University
Business Administration
15
Hiraguchi Tetsuo
Emeritus Professor,  Kanazawa Medical University
History
16
Hirose Hirotada
Emeritus Professor, Tokyo Woman's Christian University
Hazard and Risk Psychology
17
Honma Terumitsu
Professor, Aoyama Gakuin University
Economics
18
Hoshino Atsushi
Former President, Fukushima University
History
19
Hotate Michihisa
Emeritus Professor, Tokyo University
History
20
Ibe Masayuki
Emeritus Professor,  Fukushima University
Social Policy
21
Iijima Shigeaki
Associate Professor, Nagoya Gakuin University
Constitutional Law
22
Ina masaki
Visiting Professor,  International Christian University 
Constitutional Law
23
Inaba Kazuo
Professor,  Ritsumeikan University
Economics
24
Inaba Koichi
Emeritus Professor,  Fukushima University
Civil Law
25
Inoue Hiroshi
Emeritus Professor, Ryukoku University
Business Administration
26
Inoue Junichi
Emeritus Professor,  Ritsumeikan University
Sociology
27
Ishikawa Yuichirou
Professor, Seigakuin University
Constitutional Law
28
Ishimura Zenji
Emeritus Professor, Fukuoka University
Constitutional law
29
Ishizaki Manabu
Professor,  Ryukoku University
Constitutional law
30
Ito Hiroyuki 
Emeritus professor,  Fukushima University
Political Science
31
Ito Shota
Emeritus professor,  Fukushima University
Occidental History
32
Ito Takehiko
Professor, Wako University
Psychology
33
Iwai Tadakuma
Emeritus professor,  Ritsumeikan University
History
34
Izuhara Masao
Professor, Doshisha University
History of Japanese Political Thought 
35
Kage Toshio
Professor, Nagoya Gakuin University
Japanese History
36
Kasuga Masanobu
Director of Yamanashi Peace Museum
 
37
Kawakami Akihjro
Associate-Professor, Hiroshima City University
Constitutional Law
38
Kitagawa Yoshihide
Emeritus Professor, Yokohama National University
Constitutional Law
39
Kiyosue Aisa
Associate Professor, Muroran Institute of Technology
Constitutional Law , Family Law
40
Kobayashi Takeshi
Visiting Professor, Okinawa University 
Constitutional Law
41
Konno Toshio 
Former President of Fukushima University
Labor Law, Social Security
42
Maehara Kiyotaka
Professor, Nihon Fukushi Unversity
Constitutional Law
43
Maki Sanehiko 
Emeritus professor,  Fukushima University
 International  Economics
44
Matsumoto Nobuyoshi
Former Professor
Theology
45
Matsuura Goro
Catholic Bishop, Chairman of peace 9
Theology
46
Minamizuka Shingo
Emeritus Professor,  Chiba University、 Hosei University
History
47
Miyake Akimasa
Professor, Chiba University
History
48
Miyata Osamu
President of Center for Contemporary Islamic Studies in Japan
Political Affairs in Middle East & International Politics
49
Momose Hiroshi
Emeritus professor,  Tsuda University
International Studies
50
Murata Hisanori
Professor, Kansai University
Constitutional Law
51
Nagamine Nobuhiko
Professor, Aichi University
Constitutional Law
52
Nagasuna Minoru
Emeritus professor,  Kansai University
Economics
53
Nakagawa Akira
Former Professor, Hokkaido University
Law
54
Nakagawa Hiroshi
Emeritus Professor,  Fukushima University
Economic thought,Economic theory
55
Nakagawa Ritsu
Associate Professor, Saitama University
Constitutional Law
56
Nakano Koichi
Professor, Sophia University
Political Science
57
Nemori Ken
Emeritus Professor, Saitama University , Niigata University
Constitutional Law
58
Nishiguchi Kiyokatsu
Emeritus Professor,  Ritsumeikan University
Economics
59
Nishimura Takasi
Professor, Doshisha University
Economics
60
Nittono Osamu
Former President, Fukushima University
Material Engineering
61
Ohgushi Kazuo
Professor, Tokyo University
Social Science , Political Science
62
Ohno Sadao
Emeritus Professor,  Doshisha University
Political Economy
63
Okano Haruko
Former President, Seisen University,  Former Professor, Hiroshima University
Intercultural Dialogue and History of Religion, Feminist Ethics.
64
Okuda Koji
Emeritus professor,  Ritsumeikan University
Economics
65
Phua Kai Lit 
Associate Professor, Monash University Malaysia      
Sociology
66
Saito Katsuya
Emeritus professor,  Fukushima University
International Politics
67
Saito Sayuri
Professor, Keisen Unversity
Constitutional Law
68
Saito Toshiyasu
Professor, Ritsumeikan University
Chinese Social Thought
69
Sasaki Kiyozo
Emeritus Professor,  Ritsumeikan University
Sociology
70
Sato  Harukichi
Professor, Ritsumeikan University
Philosophy
71
Shimada Shuichi
Emeritus Professor, Chuo University
Education
72
Shimizu Masahiko
Professor, Nippon Sport Science University
Constitutional Law
73
Shiomi Toshiyuki
President, Shiraume Gakuen University
Education
74
Soga Yoshinari
Professor, Nagoya Gakuin University
Japanese History
75
Sugawara Shin
Professor, Nanzan University
Constitutional Law
76
Sugino Kuniaki
Emeritus Professor,  Ritsumeikan University
Economics
77
Takase Masao
Emeritus professor,  Fukushima University
Economic Law
78
Tanaka Hiromichi
Emeritus professor,  Ritsumeikan University
Economics
79
Tanaka Hiroshi
Professor, Ritsumeikan University
Economics
80
Tobo Yoshinobu
Emeritus Professor, Aoyama Gakuin University
Theology
81
Tsuruoka Yasuhiko
Emeritus Professor, Tokai University
Science Education
82
Tuzaki Tetsuo
Emeritus professor,  Kyoto Prefectural University
SociologyChild Welfare
83
Ueda Hisao
Associate professor,  Kanazawa University
Japanese Modern History
84
Ueno Chizuko
Emeritus Professor, Tokyo University
Sociology, Gender studies
85
Ueno Mamiko
Professor, Chuo University
Constitutional Law
86
Uesugi Shinobu
Emeritus professor,  Yokohama City University
History of United States of America
87
Wakao Noriko
Professor, Bukkyo University
Constitutional Law
88
Wakita Yoshitaka
Associate Professor, Koube Gakuin University
Constitutional Law
89
Yamada Akira
Former President,  Fukushima University
Japanese Economic History
90
Yamakawa Mitsuo
Emeritus Professor,  Fukushima University
Economic Geography
91
Yamamoto Takehiko
Emeritus professor,  Waseda University
International Politics
92
Yamamoto Yoshihiko
Emeritus Professor,  Shizuoka University
Japanese Economic History
93
Yokota Tustomu
Professor, Turu University
Constitutional Law
94
Yoshihara Taisuke
Former President, Fukushima University
Economic TheoryEconomic History
95
Yoshimura Jinsaku
Emeritus Professor, Fukushima University
Japanese Economic History

  
Members of national assemblies and governments of states

42 Members, House of Representatives of Japan :

ABE Tomoko
AKAMINE Seiken
FUJINO Yasufumi
FUKUDA Akio
HATANO Kimie
HATAYAMA Kazuya
HORIUCHI Terufumi
IKEUCHI Saori
KASAI Akira
KOKUTA Keiji
KONDO Shoichi
KOORI Kazuko
MAJIMA Syouzou
MATSUKI Kenko
MIYAMOTO Tooru
MIYAZAKI Takeshi
MOTOMURA Kentaro
MOTOMURA Nobuko
NAKANE Yasuhiro
NAKASATO Toshinobu
OGAWA Junya
OHIRA Yoshinobu
OHSAKA Seiji
SAITO Kazuko
SHII Kazuo
SHIMAZU Yukihiro
SHIMIZU Tadashi
SHINA Takeshi
SHINOHARA Takashi
SHIOKAWA Tetsuya
SUZUKI Katsumasa
TAMAKI Denny
TAMURA Takaaki
TERUYA Kantoku
TSUJIMOTO Kiyomi
UMEMURA Saeko
YOSHIKAWA Hajime
MIYAMOTO Takeshi
YOKOMICHI Takahiro
HATSUSHIKA Akihiro
TAKAHASHI Chiduko
NAKAGAWA Masaharu



31 Members, House of Councillors of Japan :

AIHARA Kumiko
ARITA Yoshihu
DAIMON Mikishi
ESAKI Takashi
FUJIMOTO Yuji
FUKUSHIMA Mizuho
HAKU Shinkun
ICHIDA Tadayoshi
ISHIBASHI Michihiro
ITOKAZU Keiko
KAMI Tomoko
KAMIMOTO Mieko
KIRA  Yoshiko
KOIKE Akira
KONISHI Hiroyuki
KURABAYASHI Akiko
MATAICHI Seiji
MIZUOKA Shunichi
NATANIYA Masayoshi
OGAWA Toshio
OSHIMA Kusuo
SYUHAMA Ryo
TAMURA Tomoko
TASHIRO Kaoru
TATSUMI Kotaro
TERATA Sukeshiro
YAMASHITA Yoshiki 
YOSHIDA Tadatomo
KAWADA Ryuhei
INOUE Satoshi
TOKUNAGA Eri