The Party to Protect the People from NHK
|Founded||17 June 2013|
|Headquarters||〒124-0023 Park Tower Tokyo East Room 407, 1-4-3 Higashishinkoiwa, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo|
Moderation of the broadcasting law
|Political position||Big tent|
|Colors||Yellow and Sky Blue|
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The Party to Protect the People from NHK (Japanese: NHKから国民を守る党, NHK kara Kokumin wo Mamoru Tō), also known as N-Koku (NHKから国民を守る党, N国) is a Japanese political party founded on June 17, 2013 by activist Takashi Tachibana, a former employee of Japan's national broadcasting organization NHK and a member of the Funabashi city assembly in Chiba Prefecture. He resigned NHK's accounting position in 2005 after exposing an internal corruption. Before long experiencing intimidating behaviour by NHK television license bill collectors, the party issues special stickers to expel reception bill collection from citizens' properties. The party's notion is "NHK wo Bukkowasu!" (Japanese: NHKをぶっ壊す！, lit collapse of NHK!).
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- "Do they really need protect people from NHK?" Press conference asked the leader (2 August 2019). The Page.
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