Naoto Kan: “What light can the former PM shed on the future of the anti-nuclear movement in Japan?” — The Foreign Correspondent’s Club of Japan

Former Prime Minister Naoto Kan shares his experience during the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami and the reasons for his opposition to nuclear energy in Japan. He sheds light on the current risks at Fukushima Daiichi and the influence of the Nuclear Village. Kan encourages LDP members to voice their opinions and speak out against Tokyo Electric’s lack of transparency and handling of the situation. He recommends that TEPCO’s nuclear division be split from its other operations and that the company  focus on providing other alternative means of electricity to households and businesses.

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