The Fukushima accident took place seven years ago. Naoto Kan, Prime Minister at the time of the disaster and fiercely anti-nuclear, delivers to Actu-Environment his vision of the future of the sector in Japan but also in France.
Actu Environnement 14th March 2018 read more »
[Machine Translation] When the Fukushima nuclear disaster occurred in March 2011, Naoto Kan was Prime Minister of Japan and convinced that his country was safe from such a tragedy. The catastrophe cost him his place and his illusions: since then, he has traveled the world to fight against nuclear power. He arrived in France on Monday. Invited to the National Assembly on Tuesday by the group La France Insoumise (which organizes until March 18 a citizen vote on the exit of nuclear), Naoto Kan must also go with anti-nuclear associations in Flamanville, La Hague and European Parliament. Because the former prime minister is undoubtedly one of the best placed to talk about the dangers of nuclear power: he was directly confronted. A perfect guest, therefore, the day after a mobilization in Paris of the network “Sortir du nucléaire”, seven years after the disaster.
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