Thursday, September 08, 2011

Japan vows nuclear energy use cut

Thursday, September 08, 2011
Japan swears nuclear energy use cut a speech keeps Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan during the service the 1945 as a memorial to us Atomic Hiroshima in Hiroshima Peace on think Park on 6 August 2011. Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan has vowed to cut the use of nuclear power, such as the Asian country of sixty-six years since the U.S. marked atomic bombings of Hiroshima.

"I will reduce Japan's dependence on nuclear energy, to create a society that is not to rely on nuclear energy," was quoted by AFP KAN: on Saturday.

Kan said in the Hiroshima Peace Park in a ceremony, the victims of the atomic bomb U.S. 1945 some 140,000 people devoted to, immediately, or due to Burns and after the explosion killed radiation disease.

Three days after the explosion of Hiroshima another U.S. nuclear attack in the port of Nagasaki, at least 70,000 people was killed.

Kan made the comments as the country with a nuclear crisis on the Fukushima nuclear power plant caused by the twin disasters of Quake and tsunami to fight on 11 March.

The Japanese Premier has come under fire for his handling of the crisis, since the incident took place. Foreign Media accusing the Japanese Government to hide the reality of the severity of the disaster.

Kan added that he would carry out a thorough investigation of the causes of the accident was "serious concern not only in Japan, but also in the world."

Mayor talking about Hiroshima Kazumi Matsui, during the ceremony, said that the March 11 disaster is reminiscent of the memories of the disaster sixty years ago indicating that the current threat, created by radiation from the Prefecture of Fukushima plant "enormous fear among the affected areas and many others."

"The Japanese Government should humbly accept this reality, quickly check our energy policy and Institute concrete countermeasures to recover the understanding and trust of the people," concluded Kazumi.

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