Isahaya Bay Reclamation Project Supreme Court Decision Today Focus on the decision to open the gate September 13th 4:06
On the afternoon of the 13th, the Supreme Court will give a judgment regarding the trial that the country is seeking to invalidate the final judgment that ordered the opening of the drainage gate over the reclamation project in Isahaya Bay, Nagasaki Prefecture. There are conflicting judgments about whether or not to open the gate, and attention will be paid to the judgment of the Supreme Court as the judicial judgment continues to twist.
In Isahaya Bay reclamation project, after the government closed the embankment in 1997, a decision was issued to order the gate opening in a trial raised by a fisherman, while another case raised by a farmer decided to ban opening the gate. And a judgment was issued.
While the judicial judgments conflicted, the government filed a trial seeking to eliminate the effect of the final decision that ordered the opening of the gate. The decision was made invalid and the fisherman appealed.
In July, the Supreme Court's Second Small Court held an argument to hear both sides' opinions and asked the fishermen to open the gate in accordance with the final decision, while the State maintained the decision of the second trial and invalidated the final decision. I asked.
The ruling will be handed down at 3:00 pm on the 13th, and it will be noted what judgment the Supreme Court will make as the judicial decision continues as to whether or not it should be opened.