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Kawasaki has compiled guidelines aimed at preventing hate speech at the city’s public facilities, the first such local code in Japan.

According to the guidelines on the use of parks, municipal halls and other public facilities, the city can issue a warning, grant a permit with conditions, reject an application or cancel permission if it sees a specific risk of discriminatory acts or language by applicants, judged from objective facts.

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