Japan’s Nuclear Accident Investigation Board Triples in Size As Additional Consultants Added

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Special Joint Committee of both houses in charge of Investigating the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident has elected to include 30 members, as opposed to the original 10 planned positions.

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