Isahaya Bay Reclamation Supreme Court Cancels 2 trials of National Supreme Court Order 13 September 15:08
The Supreme Court cancels the ruling of the second trial that accepted the national appeal in the ruling on the request of the government to invalidate the final ruling that ordered the opening of the drainage gate over the reclamation project in Isahaya Bay, Nagasaki Prefecture, Fukuoka Higher I ordered the court to try again.
In the Isahaya Bay reclamation project, after the country closed the embankment in 1997, a judgment was issued to order the gate opening in a trial raised by a fisherman. A judgment was issued.
While the judicial judgments are in conflict, the State has filed a trial requesting that the final judgment that ordered the opening of the court be removed from effect. In July last year, the Fukuoka High Court of the second trial granted the national appeal, and the final judgment was effectively A judgment to invalidate was issued, and the fishermen were appealing.
In this regard, Judge Hiroyuki Kanno of the Second Supreme Court of the Supreme Court ordered that the decision of the second trial that allowed the national appeal to be canceled and the trial to be repeated at the Fukuoka High Court.
The second trial judged that the final judgment was invalid because "fishermen's fishery rights have already been extinguished", but the Supreme Court did not accept this, and it seems that it was judged that other issues should be examined. .