Six years after the Fukushima nuclear accident, 11000 people gathered again to get rid of nuclear power
Abstract: although six years have passed since the occurrence of the nuclear accident, the waste furnace has not been treated, and the cost continues to increase. Because there are not many waste plastic recycling plants, the participants once again called for the establishment of a society without nuclear power
on the 20th, a large rally called for getting rid of nuclear power was held in daidaidaiki Park, Shibuya District, Tokyo, and expressed solidarity with the people who had taken refuge due to the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant of Tokyo Electric Power. According to the organizer, about 11000 people attended the rally. Although six years have passed since the occurrence of the nuclear accident, the waste furnace has not been treated, and the cost continues to increase. Therefore, the participants once again called for the establishment of a society without nuclear power
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