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Any hope in this idea? (I'm not too optimistic as AFAIK the establishment pretty much succeeded in the court of public opinion in laying all the blame for the bad disaster management at Kan's feet.)

Japan's Former Leader Urges Political Debate on Nuclear Ban - Bloomberg

Former Prime Minister Naoto Kan, who last year presided over the initial response to Japan's biggest crisis since World War II, today urged the nation's political leaders to debate banning nuclear power generation.

Submission of legislation on a nuclear-free mix of energy sources would mean each party, or even individual members of the Diet, would have to show support or opposition, Kan, 65, said in Tokyo.

"Forming a green party may be one option," Kan said at a symposium at International Christian University. "We could have significant influence through a political force in which every single member supports a nuclear-free Japan."



*Lunatic*, n.
One whose delusions are out of fashion.
by DoDo on Mon Jun 25th, 2012 at 10:22:31 AM EST
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