April 23 and 26: Let’s join the 13thand 14thprotestrallies against TEPCO (Tokyo Electric Power Company)!
- Saturday, April 23
13:00 Appeal on the SL (Steam Locomotive) Square in front of JR Shimbashi Station
14:00 Protest and appeal in front of the TEPCO Headquarters!
- Tuesday, April 26 (25th anniversary of the Chernobyl accident)
16:00 Appeal on the SL Square in front of JR Shimbashi Station
17:00 Transfer on foot
17:30 Protest rally and appeal action in front of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (and Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency)
18:30 Transfer on foot
19:00 Protest rally and appeal action in front of TEPCO Headquarter (Come and join us when you can!)
Access: 5 minutes’ walk from the SL Square Exit of JR Shimbashi Station, direction Yurakucho; or 2 minutes’ walk from the A5 exit of Uchisaiwaicho Station, Subway Mita Line
Annex of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
Access: Just next to the C2 exit of the Subway Kasumigaseki Station
3. Information about our activities
Appeal for the “Action in front of the TEPCO Headquarters”
Mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
★Website for live broadcast (scheduled) : http://www.ustream.tv/channel/iwj6
List of reports by domestic and international media:
Appeal in English
Please bring your letter of proposal with you for TEPCO on April 23 and for the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry on April 26! On April 8, TEPCO gave us a response. We will ask further questions and submit more claims based on this response.
Proposal and response
If you would like to play a role in our rally or to do something special, please join us at 13:00 on April 23 and 16:00 on April 26.
Since the Great Eastern Japan Earthquakeon March 11, numerous problems have been brought to light regarding the nuclear power plant disaster in Fukushima. Protest actions in front of the TEPCO Headquarters began on March 18 with a group of a few participants. This number rose to more than 200 on March 27 and 30, and nearly 400 people gathered on April 3.
I believe that you also have lots of messagesthat you would like to convey to the Japanese Government or TEPCO.Nevertheless, neither the government nor big companies including TEPCO which have been promoting nuclear power plants have acknowledged their responsibility. It is quite abnormal that not a word has been uttered on the revision of nuclear policies by government officials or those in such companies.
We cannot be silent anymore! Let’s raise a cry of protest!