Shiga governor mulls new no-nuclear party
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Shiga governor mulls new no-nuclear party

Ōtsu : Japan | Nov 26, 2012 at 8:15 AM PST
Source: Japan Times
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Shiga Gov. Yukiko Kada is considering founding a new political party with the key goal of phasing out nuclear power, sources said Monday. Although Kada didn't make it official when she met the press in Otsu in the afternoon, her reported move to create a new party ahead of the Dec. FULL ARTICLE AT Japan Times
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