Monday, September 05, 2011

Japanese PM vows cut nuclear power at Hiroshima a-bomb Memorial

Monday, September 05, 2011
August 06, 2011 14: 43 PMJapanese PM vows to cut nuclear power on Hiroshima a-bomb Memorial Memorial HIROSHIMA (Japan), Aug 6 (Bernama)-Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan on Saturday confirmed the need to reduce the country's dependence on nuclear energy in a ceremony in Hiroshima 66th anniversary of the world's first atomic bomb attack, China's Xinhua News Agency reported.

A nuclear bomb was at an altitude of 600 M at the end of the second WELTKRIEGS about 140,000 people kill, ignited in 1945 on Hiroshima. A second atomic bomb that 9, 1945 was deleted on Aug of Nagasaki and Japan surrendered six days later.
In his speech, Kan, Japan said the causes of the nuclear accident Fukushima No. check will nuclear power plant and aim for a society that would not depend on nuclear power generation.

Mayor of Hiroshima Kazumi Matsui invited one year peace statement the Japanese Government review its energy policy after the nuclear crisis on the site verkruppelten.

The nuclear crisis in the work which was world's worst nuclear accident since 1986 Chernobyl explosion. It was caused by the devastating earthquake in March 11 and the subsequent tsunami. Leaking is still radioactive substances in the environment.
"Many citizens are still at risk of radiation exposure, and this disaster confirmed our worst fears about the dangers of nuclear energy," Takashi Kijima, President of Hiroshima City Council, said in his speech.

With a basic energy policy the Fukushima plant issued in 2010 to increase the ratio of nuclear power generation of Japan's consumption by 2030, but nuclear accident led the nation to reconsider the policy.

An updated energy strategy developed in late July to now, their dependence of nuclear generated power cut. Did the Government not mention but how much will be reduced.

Japan has currently 54 commercial nuclear reactors.
On another development according to Kyodo News unter¬suchung are now 73 percent of the group against the "peaceful uses of nuclear energy".
"We once thought our life would be happier with nuclear power, but the accident we turned down," said a Hibakusha Emiko Hogo Xinhua after Saturday's ceremony.
Representatives from 66 countries and regions, including the France and the United Kingdom, attended the event.
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