2017年12月04日：英国首相 テリーザ・メイ 閣下
December 4, 2017: Honorable Prime Minister Terrysa May, British Prime Minister
Dear sirs. I write the fact that legal treatment for immigrants
and refugees is very different between Western Europe and Japan.
There is an interesting article in the Japanese evening paper 'Evening Gundami'.
A popular ramen shop "Ichiran" was investigated
by the Osaka prefectural police on November 29. "A Vietnamese woman
who was working part-time in an orchid received a job question
from a police officer in May and illegal employment was discovered."
"The woman was arrested for violating the Immigration Control Act
by 29th, and Ichiran was also searched for a house
on suspicion of violating the Employment Measures Law,
which he neglected to file necessary notifications."
This is the fact that Japan is not governed under the law.
Punishment of Immigration Control Act is as follows.
Vietnam women who work illegally are Article 73 of the Immigration Act (illegal employment crime).
Corporations and employees of ramen shop "Ichiran"
who illegally worked are severely penalized for criminal penalty
by the Immigration Act, Article 73-2 (illegal employment promotion crime).
However, according to the article, Vietnamese women have been arrested.
However, the employment manager of the ramen shop "Ichiran" has not been arrested.
This is the daily routine of Japanese judicial administration.
Because it punishes only foreigners,
it is clearly an international law violation.
This is because Japanese judicial administration is moving in "adhesion structure".
I ignore the Diet member who legislated this.
"Control under the law is shit wearing."
Please condemn Japan to "rule under the law"!
While Europe suffers from immigration and refugee problems,
in Western countries society in Western Europe is stunned to cope
with immigration problems by illegal means.
Please be interested in illegal immigration and refugee response in Japan.
Please save from 'humanitarian crime' by the Japanese government.
Please help us! Best regards.