It was the world’s worst nuclear crisis for 25 years. But now, Japan’s energy minister has admitted no one thought of keeping records of top-level discussions in the critical early days after disaster struck at the Fukushima plant.

The admission, and apology, by Yukio Edano comes in the face of widespread debate about the government’s response to the the crisis, which was triggered by a massive earthquake and tsunami last March.

Read more: The Independent, January 25, 2012

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