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WikiLeaks: Japan Hiding Nuclear Issues

LONDON - leaked diplomatic wire U.S. Embassy in Tokyo was mention of the country's nuclear crisis. In addition there are already predicting that need to be improved safety standards since 2008, similar wires also said the Japanese government cover-cover nuclear accidents.

This was conveyed by Taro Kono, Japan's cabinet member lower house of parliament in October 2008. Kono convey this to the U.S. diplomat. He accused the Japanese government keeping secrets related to nuclear incidents at that time.

Kono also accused the government of Japan paid no other alternative energy in Japan that could be used instead of nuclear. Such as wind power.

"Kono accused the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan's nuclear accident cover-cover and hide the true cost of a nuclear reactor. There is a hidden nuclear issue," the report said the diplomat.

"Kono said the Japanese in 2008 had increased seismic activity. The high activity of an earthquake three years ago it was signalize about Japanese nuclear reactor safety.

Prime Minister of Japan at this time, Naoko Kan, when it still served as minister of technology and science.


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