Former mayor of Futaba Idogawa, “Fukushima citizen doesn’t report thyroid surgery / Pref Gov would cover it up.”
On 5/28/2013, the former mayor of Futaba town, Idogawa attended at a conference in the United Nations Office at Geneva in Switzerland.
It was a side event of the UNHRC on rights to health in Fukushima with Special Rapporteur of Human Rights Council UN, Anand Grover, which was held by specified nonprofit corporation Human Rights Now.
(cf, Special Rapporteur of Human Rights Council UN “Urine and blood test for internal exposure should be conducted” [URL])
In this conference, former mayor Idogawa made this statement.
They have never heard my opinions. To the contrary, the government is trying to underestimate the impact of the accident. I know one of the residents in Futaba underwent an operation for thyroid cancer and this person has not informed the prefecture of it as she is afraid of information cover-up by them.
Au cours de cette conference, M. Idogawa, l’ancien maire de Futuba, a déclaré ceci :
“Ils ne m’ont jamais écouté. Au contraire, le gouvernement essaye de sous-estimer les impacts de l’accident. Je sais qu’une des habitantes de Futaba a subi une opération d’un cancer de la thyroïde et cette personne ne l’a pas déclaré à sa préfecture parce qu’elle avait peur qu’ils étouffent l’affaire.“
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