FUKUSHIMA – With energy policy turning into one of the focal points of Sunday’s Lower House election, more than 1,000 people opposed to atomic power staged a march in Tokyo on the eve of the poll to demand a nuclear-free society.
“Japan will face a crossroads tomorrow,” Yuko Tanaka, a professor at Hosei University, told a crowd of hundreds who gathered in Hibiya Park, Chiyoda Ward, on Saturday ahead of the march.
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