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Haruki Madarame, head of the Nuclear Safety Commission of Japan, said Friday he is exhausted and wants to resign at the end of the month, whether a new nuclear watchdog is launched in April or not.

“I’m very exhausted mentally,” the former University of Tokyo professor said. “I really want to be let go on March 31,” the last day of the fiscal year.

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