Thousands gathered on Sunday (March 9) two days before the third anniversary of Japan's devastating earthquake and tsunami as former Prime Minister Naoto Kan criticized the ruling party's stance on nuclear power. FULL ARTICLE AT Boston.com
Act 1: Japanese Prime Minister Had to Fly In to Fukushima In the Middle of the Night to Get the Scoop from Low-Level Nuclear Workers … Because Tepco Wouldn’t Tell Him the Truth In this 27-second video, Amy Goodman summarizes ... FULL ARTICLE AT Zero Hedge
No Nuclear – No Future The draft of Japan's new Basic Energy Plan, made public on Tuesday, calls nuclear power an “important baseload electricity source”, effectively reversing or heavily diluting the 2012 datsu genpatsu – “escape from nuclear” – decision, or outline ... FULL ARTICLE AT Trade-Ideas.com
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Naoto Kan (菅 直人, Kan Naoto, born 10 October 1946) is the current Prime Minister of Japan. In June 2010, as Finance Minister, Kan was elected as the leader of the Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) and was designated Prime Minister by the Diet to succeed Yukio Hatoyama.
Kan was born in Ube City, Yamaguchi Prefecture as the son of Hisao Kan, an executive for a glass manufacturer.
He graduated in 1970... Full
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