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nndb reality check for Japan nuclear industry the country has been inching back to restarting its reactors person but you know I'm just last month after a two year blackout but now it seems that the forty two remaining only seven are likely to go back online in the next few years half the number of restarts predicted a year ago watering shelter can Tokyo says it's not good nutrition to operate plans for the economy the government and industry want to see the one to say more active valid because I believe it will cut , but again that is very strong public opposition to nuclear power , because of the focus in that regard that and because many believe the government hasn't fully accounted , what went wrong during the crisis , twenty plants had been hit by a barrage of lawsuits from local residents and property manner following the Fukushima disaster are also mowing retard nine reactors are unlikely to ever switch back on but critically Japan's nuclear watchdog needs to do more than just beef up safety measures what many critical eyes behind include breast is developing a lengthy culture and mindset among nuclear workers amongst our management on how to deal with that something if something goes wrong , before the petition a meltdown virtually shut down Japan's nuclear power industry reactors provided nearly a third of the country's electricity it's now burning record amounts of liquefied natural gas to make up for the loss