Saturday, August 31, 2013

Japan under increasing pressure to accept outside nuclear help | The Japan Times

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, just back from a trip to the Middle East and Africa, where he promoted Japanese nuclear technology, faces mounting international criticism that his administration is not taking the Fukushima crisis seriously and growing calls both at home and abroad for long-term global assistance.

Since Tokyo Electric Power Co. admitted on July 22, the day after Abe’s Liberal Democratic Party won a landslide Upper House victory, that radioactive groundwater was reaching the Pacific from the Fukushima No. 1 plant, international media attention has been intense.

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Comment: Outside technical expert help to help fix the problem and finally get it so people don't have to walk around outside their homes dressed like they just walked into a laboratory at the Center for Disease Control is of course welcomed; more government interference, which many argue not only contributed to the severity of the current problem but actually made it worse, NOT!

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