Japan’s prime courtroom guidelines state not responsible for Fukushima catastrophe


Japan’s prime courtroom on Friday dismissed claims that the federal government ought to pay damages in instances involving round 3,700 individuals whose lives have been critically affected by the 2011 Fukushima nuclear catastrophe, absolving the state of accountability for mass evacuations within the disaster.

The choice by the Supreme Courtroom’s Second Petty Bench was the primary for the highest courtroom and coated 4 lawsuits filed in Fukushima, Gunma, Chiba and Ehime prefectures. Round 30 such lawsuits have been filed throughout Japan by individuals who needed to evacuate from their house or whose lives have been tremendously impacted by the earthquake- and tsunami-triggered catastrophe.

Jun 17 () – 福島第一原発の事故で避難した住民らが賠償を求めた4件の集団訴訟で、最高裁判所は国の責任を認めないという初めての統一判断を示しました。原発事故を巡り全国で係争中の他の裁判にも影響を与えるものとみられます。

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