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A Japanese person established himself on fire Wednesday in protest of the condition funeral for the late Primary Minister Shinzo Abe.
The person, who reportedly doused himself in oil before igniting in protest, carried a note stating his whole opposition to honoring the deceased prime minister.
Abe was shot and killed though offering a July speech on a avenue in Nara in western Japan.
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The demonstrator — who officials think to be in his seventies — survived the self-immolation but experienced in depth burns.
The demonstrator was taken to the clinic in which his current standing is mysterious.
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The condition funeral prepared for Abe will consider put following week with an elaborate ceremony celebrating the late national chief.
Abe was a potent ally of the Japanese Imperial Spouse and children, firmly supporting their role in Japanese tradition and refusing to budge on a assortment of proposed reforms on the institution.
The authorities of Japan declared July 11 that Abe would be receiving the Supreme Get of the Chrysanthemum, the highest award in the entire nation.
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Abe was also awarded the Junior First Rank of Court, a posthumous honor that dates again to ancient Japanese nobility.