No To Restarts: Suits Join Japan Nuclear Power Protests

Abby Zimet

With a governmental task force reportedly urging that the grossly inept, widely criticized TEPCO be stripped of the responsibility for shutting down and cleaning up the crippled Fukushima plant - with "a clear and realistic organization" created in its place - business workers in Tokyo have joined the growing nuclear power protests in Japan. Hundreds in business suits marched last night in Tokyo, deliberately passing by TEPCO offices with signs reading "No to Restarts" and "Stop Contaminated Water."


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