Naha – Okinawa Prefecture on Sunday marked 50 years since its reversion to Japan from U.S. rule as residents’ frustrations continue over a weak native financial system and the ever-present U.S. navy bases regardless of many years of protest.
At a commemoration ceremony held close to a significant U.S. navy base on the island, Gov. Denny Tamaki urged the central authorities to undertake “sincere efforts” to make Okinawa “an island of peace,” saying that the mutual aim made on the time of reversion stays unfulfilled.
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