"Ten Years After Fukushima - Nuclear Power in Japan"
Junichiro Koizumi, Former Prime Minister of Japan
Naoto Kan, Former Prime Minister of Japan

The speech and Q & A will be in Japanese with English interpretation

FCCJ is proud to welcome two former Prime Ministers for a very special event. Once political rivals, Junichiro Koizumi, the maverick, popular reformist who served as Liberal Democratic Party prime minister from 2001 to 2006, and Naoto Kan, the Democratic Party of Japan prime minister at the time of the March 11, 2011 Tohoku quake, tsunami, and Fukushima triple meltdown, are now allies in the quest to get Japan out of nuclear power. Previously a strong supporter of nuclear power, Koizumi became a trenchant critic of Japan's efforts to continue with it after 3.11, saying that he'd been lied to about its safety and cost-effectiveness. Kan, as prime minister, fought with Japan's nuclear and fossil fuel lobbies in the government and got a feed-in tariff system passed by the Diet that launched Japan's renewable energy sector. As the world prepares to commemorate 10 years since 3.11, join us as Koizumi and Kan speak about nuclear power politics in Japan and efforts to move to renewable energy sources.

How to attend:
Please register at front@fccj.or.jp with your name, name of media outlet, FCCJ membership number. Due to space restrictions, please note number of reservations will be limited to 20. Doors open at 12:30. Please sign in your name and contact details at the reception and to have your temperature taken before proceeding.

How to watch online: https://www.youtube.com/c/FCCJchannel/live
Livestreaming of the press events will be available and video of this event will be uploaded to our FCCJ YouTube channel.

How to ask questions: https://forms.gle/2dKsS5RgXBRZh49Z7
Members watching the event online can submit questions for the speakers in advance using this submission form (English only).

TV crew: Please make a reservation at front@fccj.or.jp. Doors open for TV crews only at 12:15. There will be five positions available for livestreaming.

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