In the wake of the 2011 Fukijima disaster, Japan's anti-nuclear movement exploded, putting pressure on the government to take the country completely off nuclear power. This is the second time the Japanese government has faced such a request. Currently, only 2 of Japan's 50 reactors are operating.
Such a shutdown would necessitate Japan importing even more oil and natural gas from other countries. Senina believes that such a shutdown would hurt Japan's economy, since importing fuel is extremely expensive.
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