Isahaya Bay Reclamation Attention High resolution will be settled by reconciliation September 14 5:19
On the 13th, the Supreme Court in the trial over the reclamation project in Isahaya Bay, Nagasaki Prefecture, suggested a direction to invalidate the final judgment that ordered the opening. On the other hand, the government claims that the high court rejects the trial and the high court pays attention to whether it can be resolved by reconciliation with fishermen.
On the 13th, the Supreme Court revoked the decision of the second trial that allowed the national appeal, and the Fukuoka High Court on the 13th in a court requesting the government to eliminate the effect of the final judgment that ordered the opening of the drainage gate over the reclamation project in Isahaya Bay Ordered the trial to start again.
On the other hand, the Supreme Court said that “there should be a reason for invalidating the judgment, and that further trials should be done”, and specifically pointed out the issues to be examined, suggesting a direction to invalidate the final judgment that ordered the opening. doing.
In previous trials, fishermen have rejected proposals for settlement on the premise that the court will not open.
Regarding the ruling, the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries indicated that it would not change the policy of “it is best to aim for reconciliation by the fund” and that it would continue to discuss with the fishermen in the future. The defense team also said that the dispute will not be resolved no matter what the judgment will be in the future.
In the future, the Fukuoka High Court is likely to have discussions on reconciliation, and attention will be paid to whether reconciliation will be achieved as disputes over the pros and cons of the opening of the gate are prolonged.