Shortly before the intervention of Khan, the Mayor of the city, Kazumi Matsui, questioned the national energy policy and highlighted the tremendous anxiety that raises the current threat of radioactivity in Fukushima. Criticism of us without ever asking clearly the end of atomic power plants, Matsui, son of two survivors of the atomic bomb, asked the Government measures to win back people’s trust and understanding. In addition, in its traditional peace declaration, called for the abolition of nuclear weapons and launched a critical tibia to EE UU to remember that continues carrying out its subcritical nuclear tests and other related experiments. The debate on the safety of nuclear power plants also planned this year on the tributes that were carried out in the vicinity of the symbolic dome of pump, the skeleton of the building was standing in the area after the attack. Although there were no large anti-nuclear demonstrations, some messages warning against nuclear energy, which Japan obtained 30% of its electricity before the accident at Fukushima could be seen next to the banners and posters for peace. Thousands of people, many of them to dedicate senses tributes and prayers for the deceased and also to show its respect for the survivors, who for years suffered the social stigma of discrimination came to the peace Park.
In Hiroshima, which today is a dynamic metropolis of more than one million inhabitants, there are 68.886 survivors of the atomic bomb with an average age of 77 years, whose stories acquire increasingly more value to protect your experiences of oblivion. So your memories go to future generations, and at the same time promote nuclear disarmament, the Japanese Government has included testimonies in seven languages for thirty hibakushas (atomic bomb victims) on the official website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. New technologies also allow approaching the experiences of victims of Hiroshima and Nagasaki through numerous websites, while Google offers this Friday, with its StreetView service, a virtual visit to the interior of the dome of peace, normally forbidden access. Source of the news: the nuclear debate focused the 66 anniversary of Hiroshima