- Japan to Pick New Nuclear Watchdog's Head from Private Sector
Tokyo, Jan. 31 (Jiji Press)--The Japanese government plans to select the first head of a new nuclear regulatory agency not from among bureaucrats but from the private sector, the minister in charge of the nuclear crisis said Tuesday.
While noting that the new agency's head "should be an expert in nuclear regulations and technologies," Goshi Hosono told a press conference, "a break with the past is needed now."
right, a private sector expert in nuke technologies overseeing nuke plants is "a break with the past". Unless they intend to ask mr. Gundersen to help them out...
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