Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Called traitor for evacuating Parents from Fukushima testify at the Damage Screening Committee

The 15th meeting of the Screening Committee for Disputes Concerning Nuclear Power Damages was held on October 20 and two parents from Fukushima testified to demand the right to evacuate. NAKATE Seiichi from Fukushima City, whose family has already evacuated to Okayama, remains in Fukushima to serve as a representative for the Fukushima Network to Protect Children from Radioactivity. “There are different views on evacuation even among experts” he said. “But we, parents, are forced to make decisions on our own.” SHISHIDO Takako, who has evacuated to Sapporo City from Date City and is organizing the evacuees into a self support organization, reported, “We were called traitors for leaving Fukushima. But we had to evacuate for the sake of our children.” The Chair of the Screening Committee, NOMI Yoshihisa, concluded the meeting by saying, “We will discuss and solve the compensation problems of both -those who voluntarily evacuated and those who are still remaining in Fukushima.” (YUMOTO Masanori)
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