Tuesday, July 17, 2012

100,000 Sertai Demonstrasi Anti Nuklear

Over 100,000 participate in massive anti-nuclear rally in Tokyo
A protester holds a banner during a march at an anti-nuclear demonstration demanding a stop to the operation of nuclear power operations in Tokyo on July 16, 2012. -- PHOTO: REUTERS
TOKYO (AFP) - Tens of thousands of people rallied in Tokyo on Monday demanding an end to nuclear power, the latest in a series of anti-atomic gatherings following the tsunami-sparked disaster at Fukushima.
 

Demonstrators marched through streets near Yoyogi park under scorching sunshine on a national holiday, chanting in chorus: 'Don't resume nuclear power operation. Prime Minister (Yoshihiko) Noda should quit.'
Organisers said the number of participants was estimated to reach 170,000, one of the biggest anti-nuclear rallies since last year's quake-tsunami sparked the world's worst atomic disaster in a generation.
Participants included Nobel-winning author Kenzaburo Oe and Japanese musician and composer Ryuichi Sakamoto.

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