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A citizens’ group seeking a referendum on abolishing Tepco’s nuclear power plants said Thursday it has collected enough signatures to ask the Tokyo Metropolitan Government to hold a plebiscite.

The group said it has collected about 250,000 signatures since Dec. 10, far more than the legally required minimum of 214,000 necessary to ask the metro government to hold a referendum.

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