NISA admits did not keep records of meetings after Fukushima Disaster

It has been revealed that the government’s nuclear disaster taskforce did not keep any records of its meetings after the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant accident.  NHK asked to see the minutes last November, but it only received a list of agenda items for each of the 21 meetings and found there were no other records.

The person in charge at the government’s Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency, which acts as the secretariat of the taskforce, told NHK that he was too busy to write the minutes.

Source: NHK

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