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Non-disclosure of official documents related to treated water from nuclear power plants: Fukushima Prefecture releases history

February 16, 2022

The Fukushima prefectural government has announced the series of events that led to the non-disclosure of official documents related to the treated water at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, saying that there was insufficient confirmation.

In this issue, 24 official documents from briefings and government meetings held for fishermen since April last year were uniformly not disclosed.

On April 15, the prefectural government reversed its decision of nondisclosure and indicated that it would disclose some of the official documents.

On the 16th, the prefecture announced the series of events and explained that the reason for the non-disclosure was “because the decision was made uniformly without sufficient confirmation of whether the documents should be open or closed.

The prefectural government also confirmed that there were other documents that should have been disclosed, and said it would disclose them additionally.


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