Monday, June 27, 2011

Japanese parents protest in Fukushima

Angry parents marched with hundreds of people in the Japanese city Fukushima to demand the protection of children to radiation, more than three months of the great earthquake and tsunami that triggered the worst nuclear disaster in 25 years. "We want our lives back, we want to live like before the earthquake in happy families," said Hiroko Sato, who marched in heavy rain accompanied by his nephews, three and seven years, with banners saying "nuclear" and " A Fukushima enough.

"Three reactor melted after the earthquake in Fukushima Daiichi power plant in northeastern Japan on March 11, forcing 80,000 residents to evacuate their neighborhoods. Naoto Kan resign his post as Prime Minister Katsuya Okada, the second most prominent member of the Democratic Party, said that if the Prime Minister of Japan, Naoto Kan, does comply with three policy goals would leave office at the end of August.

"Okada explained that the three objectives of Naoto Kan is the decree of an extra budget for reconstruction after the earthquake, the passage of a bill to issue bonds to cover the deficit and vote on the renewable energy project.

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