12 Février 2015
February 12, 2015
Feb. 12, 2015 - Updated 04:54 UTC+1
Protesters have called on Japan's nuclear regulator to further discuss safety measures before approving the restart of the Takahama plant's 2 reactors.
Over 30 people gathered on Thursday in front of a Tokyo building where the Nuclear Regulation Authority held its meeting.
They said regulators have not assessed evacuation plans for residents in the event of an accident and have not fully explained details of the restart to residents.
They stressed plans to restart the facility are riddled with flaws and that further debate is needed.
The leader of the citizens group said residents are being neglected in the process. He said Takahama nuclear plant is not fit to be restarted.