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[日本素材] 【今日日本】福岛法院裁决东电,政府对2011灾难负有责任

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Fukushima court rules TEPCO, gov't liable over 2011 disaster
福岛法院裁决东电,政府对2011灾难负有责任

【日期】2017年10月10日

【连接】https://japantoday.com/category/ ... 2011-disaster-media

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Plaintiffs suing the state and Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc, the operator of the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant, over the 2011 nuclear crisis, hold up signs saying "Ignore Fukushima. No!!" in front of the Fukushima District Court in Fukushima on Tuesday.  Photo: KYODO

TOKYO - A Japanese court on Tuesday ordered the government and the operator of the Fukushima nuclear plant to pay 500 million yen to thousands of former area residents who were demanding compensation for their livelihoods lost in the 2011 nuclear crisis.

The Fukushima District Court said the government had failed to order Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) to improve safety measures despite knowing as early as 2002 of a risk of a massive tsunami in the region.

The 3,800 plaintiffs, who sued in 2015, form the largest group among about 30 similar lawsuits involving 12,000 people pending across Japan.

It was the second verdict that held the government accountable in the Fukushima meltdowns.

The court upheld the plaintiffs' argument that the disaster could have been prevented if the economy and industry ministry had ordered TEPCO to move emergency diesel generators from the basement to higher ground and make the reactor buildings water-tight based on 2002 data that suggested there was a risk of a tsunami as high as 15.7 meters (51 feet).

The plaintiffs also had argued that TEPCO ignored another chance to take safety measures when a government study group warned in 2008 of a major tsunami triggering a power outage at the plant.

The tsunami that swept into the plant on March 11, 2011, knocked out the reactors' cooling system and destroyed the backup generators that could have kept it running and kept the nuclear fuel stable.

The government and the utility have argued that a tsunami as high as what occurred could not have been anticipated and that the accident was unavoidable.

Tuesday's ruling, however, dismissed the plaintiffs' demand that radiation levels in their former neighborhoods be reduced to pre-disaster levels.

The ruling followed a decision in March by the Maebashi District Court, which ordered the government and TEPCO to pay damages ranging from 70,000 yen to 3.5 million yen to 62 plaintiffs, or 38 million yen altogether, in addition to the compensation TEPCO had already paid them.

Last month, the Chiba District Court ordered TEPCO to pay a total of 376 million yen to most of the 45 plaintiffs who sought compensation over the loss of their livelihoods and communities because of radiation contamination. But the court dismissed the plaintiffs' claim that the government should also be held responsible for failing to enforce tsunami safety measures.
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