Plaintiffs suing over Fukushima nuclear disaster form nationwide network

How difficult it must be for all those families, bless them I hope they win this and get as much as possible to help them relocate, must be the hardest thing to hit a family and to lose family members due to stress of relocation and low to no funds, I cannot think of anything more depressing than farmers having to abandon their lands never to be able to return or if they do having to ethically agree to selling contaminated produce, I would not, would you?

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hklmRuiko Muto, who heads a group seeking criminal charges against TEPCO and government officials, declares the establishment of a liaison conference concerning the Fukushima nuclear disaster.

NIHONMATSU, Fukushima Prefecture–Ten groups of plaintiffs in lawsuits and other legal actions over the Fukushima nuclear disaster have joined forces to demand compensation and accountability from the government and Tokyo Electric Power Co.
The groups held a liaison conference, called Hidanren (coalition of nuclear accident victims), to mark its establishment in Nihonmatsu, Fukushima Prefecture, on May 24. The network comprises 20,000 people.
Ruiko Muto, who heads a group pursuing criminal responsibility of TEPCO and government officials, expressed frustration over the developments since the nation’s worst nuclear accident unfolded in March 2011 at TEPCO’s Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant.
She called on the groups to work together to press their demands.
“So far, no one has been charged with criminal responsibility,” Muto said. “Few…

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