Group of hunger strikers camped outside of Ministry of Economy in Tokyo for over a week in protest of Ohi restart

Euronews reports that a group of hunger strikers camped outside the Ministry of Economy in central Toyko for the last week are protesting against the Japanese government’s plans to restart two of the country’s nuclear reactors.

This 65-year-old hunger striker said he felt compelled to act, branding it “the last fight of his life”.

One demonstrator said he wanted last year’s Fukushima disaster never to be repeated again.

 

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