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Massive protest in Tokyo, Japan, against resumption of Ohi Nuclear Power Plant (June 22, 2012)

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Published on Jun 22, 2012

Ordinary Japanese people, men and women, young or old, gathered to say "NO nukes" right in front of the Official Residence of the Prime Minister. This protest is primarily against the government decision to resume Ohi Nuclear Power Plant in Fukui prefecture although the safety measures are not deemed sufficient and no evacuation plan has been considered. Because of the anger among many Japanese, the number of participants was about 45,000, according to the organizing body. Since the government has no indication to reconsider the resumption, in the next protest as many as 100,000 protesters may take part in this anti-nuke movement.

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