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The government might compromise with the opposition camp to expedite the establishment of the new nuclear safety agency, sources said Friday.

The administration of Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda, which failed to form the new body on April 1, is hoping to speed up the process to prevent an electricity crisis from occurring this summer because of public resistance to restarting the nation’s nuclear power plants.

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