27th of May – Anti nuke protest

Hundreds of anti-nuke protesters rallied in the Taiwanese capital Taipei calling to vote down a referendum bill and terminate the launch of the island’s fourth nuclear power plant, amid mounting concerns since the Fukushima nuclear disaster.

The demonstrators stood to spell the word “STOP,” with yellow and black signs in front of the building of the Taiwanese parliament and chanted slogans like “Stop dangerous nuclear power!”

The demonstration came a few days ahead the ruling Kuomintang party’s plans to push through a bill to hold a nationwide referendum and decide the fate of the nearly-completed nuclear plant.




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