Japan must sign the Hague Convention Treaty. My son was abducted by his mother from Canada to Japan on Feb 20th 2001 and I have not seen my son since. This has to stop. I love my son and he has a lot of family here that miss him and love him as much as I do.
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We, the undersigned, believe that it is time for Japan to sign Hague Convention.
Sixty five nations have signed the 1980 Hague Convention on the aspects of International Child Abduction, but Japan is the only one of seven major industrialized nations not to sign. We are calling on the Japanese Government to enforce the United Nations Convention on the rights of the child, which was ratified by Japan in its entirety on April 22nd 1994: Article nine of this treaty obligates Japan to "Respect the right of the child who is separate from one or both parents. To maintain personal contact with both parents on a regular basis ". Permit children to have the right to be loved by both parents.
The Parental Abduction - Japan should sign the Hague Convention Treaty petition to Japanese Government was written by Ron Wilson and is in the category Government at GoPetition.