Please address Chairman Mori's remark and take measures to not tolerate such behaviors

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Jan Tokumaru
Feb 16, 2021
I would urge that the institution take necessary measures to prevent future repetition of such disrespectful behavior.

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Kathy Masaoka
Feb 15, 2021
These attitudes are what has led to wars of aggression, disregard for people and lands and the sexual trafficing of children and women.

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Ogawa Erina
Feb 15, 2021
I hope this will be a catalyst for change throughout Japanese society.

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Armand CLAUDEL
Feb 14, 2021
We need example from leaders especially from Olympic leaders.

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sandra Motte
Feb 14, 2021
Des termes inacceptables aujourd'hui. Les femmes valent autant que les hommes

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Hashimoto Yumi
Feb 12, 2021
Very disappointing Mori’s successor is another male octogenarian.
If JOC wishes to change the tide, ideally they ought to select a Chairwoman. Realistically this is unlikely to happen. So, in the meantime why not recruit Hide Nakata? He is relatively young and well known beyond Japan — perfect ambassador wouldn’t you say?

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Savatteri Daniela
Feb 12, 2021
Shame on you!

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Sakie Sullivan
Feb 10, 2021
This is unacceptable in Japanese and global society. Unless we make an action this time, this will be continue again and again. Please change the world and Japan.

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Anita Manandhar
Feb 10, 2021
I am signing this petition

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Stevens Soness
Feb 10, 2021
Living in Japan for 24 years, this attitude hasn't changed...and it's time for him to resign. Nothing will change unless half the country votes. Sponsors wished someone would ask him to resign. It's time for the sponsors to vote with their money.