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Japan: Pm- Noda met Anti-Nuke Movement!

 
the mighty Atom
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Japan: Pm- Noda met Anti-Nuke Movement!
FYI:

Prime Minister Noda met today
the Anti-Nuke Movement
(Metropolian Group)
and got official informed about our concern!


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Re: Japan: Pm- Noda met Anti-Nuke Movement!
Noda meets anti-nuke activists as he ponders nuclear power
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda met representatives of a growing anti-nuclear energy movement on Aug. 22 amid signs his government, pressured by public safety fears, might be leaning towards a target to eliminate atomic power within two decades.

Energy policy has become a major headache for Noda and his Democratic Party of Japan, its ratings battered ahead of a general election many expect within months.

The activists demanded a swift exit from nuclear power, with trust in it undermined by last year's Fukushima atomic disaster, while Noda restated the government's stance to reduce reliance on atomic energy without saying by how much or when.

"We will never, never, never, never give up until reactors are shut. We will never forget the accident on March 11 and what we've lost because of that," one of 11 representatives told Noda in a meeting that was open to media.

[link to ajw.asahi.com]

Fukushima Watch: Anti-Nuclear Activists Unimpressed by Meeting With PM
After almost five months of protesting outside Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda’s official residence in downtown Tokyo, anti-nuclear activists finally got inside for an audience with Mr. Noda himself Wednesday. But following the 30-minute meeting, the activists were unimpressed.

Compared with the boisterous, weekly, Friday-night protests, Wednesday’s meeting was subdued. The organization read its demands, which included stopping two nuclear reactors recently brought back online after regular maintenance, forgoing all future restarts, committing to a national nuclear-free policy, and recalling a paper proposing officials for a new nuclear regulatory agency. Until those demands are met, the protests will continue, the activists threatened.

[link to blogs.wsj.com]

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Re: Japan: Pm- Noda met Anti-Nuke Movement!
This is not really a "Hiding behavior"!!!
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Re: Japan: Pm- Noda met Anti-Nuke Movement!
give up atom, there is a big conspiracy going on on GLP, the truth is not relevant.

only miserable or angry stories will get attention.

enjoy the rest of the summer dude.
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give up atom, there is a big conspiracy going on on GLP, the truth is not relevant.

only miserable or angry stories will get attention.

enjoy the rest of the summer dude.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22451801


Never Give up
and never Surrender!


Summer is to hot, can't enjoy!

By the Way Pm-Noda said: He want to go
out of the Nuclear Japan!

I will try later to find the translated Text!

Think it is a very unique turn in the Politics,
a Prime Minister start to talk with the Protesters!

We are now on the Peak of our Heatwave
and 35-39 Celsius is normal,
still we use "only" 91% of our total Load,
this is great, Ganbare Nippon!

But the Heatwave killed already more than
750 People!
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Re: Japan: Pm- Noda met Anti-Nuke Movement!
ANALYSIS: Support for nuke-free Japan defies government calculations
Policymakers determined to maintain nuclear energy believed most people would still want it as part of the nation’s power generation despite the accident at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant.

Their calculations were way off.

In a new type of government poll, 46.7 percent of respondents favored scrapping nuclear power generation by 2030 after hearing expert opinions and holding discussions among themselves, according to the results released on Aug. 22.

In fact, anti-nuclear sentiment has grown so large that it could force the government to adjust its plan for the nation’s long-term energy policy and will likely become a key issue in election campaigns.

The deliberative polling was conducted to measure levels of support for three options the government proposed for the ratio of nuclear energy in power generation in 2030.

The two other options--15 percent and 20-25 percent--drew support from 15.4 percent and 13 percent of respondents, respectively.

Government officials expected the 15 percent option would prove most popular, garnering support from both anti-nuclear and pro-nuclear voters.

In May, nuclear policy minister Goshi Hosono was so confident that he said the 15 percent option will form a basis for government discussions.

“If voters discuss the issue, opinions will converge on 15 percent,” a senior industry ministry official said before the two-day discussions as part of the deliberative polling ended on Aug. 5.

[link to ajw.asahi.com]

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