15 Octobre 2015
October 15, 2015
Oct. 15, 2015 - Updated 05:06 UTC+2
About 70 citizens rallied on Thursday in protest of the restart of a reactor at the Sendai nuclear plant in southwestern Japan.
The protesters gathered outside the plant early in the morning.
They took turns at a microphone to speak out against the restart.
One protester urged the crowd to remember the nuclear accident in Fukushima. Another said there should be no restart without a sufficient evacuation plan.
The head of a group opposing the construction of the Sendai plant, Ryoko Torihara, said many citizens are still anxious about reactors being restarted.
She said there should be no restarts as long as there are challenges to the evacuation plans.