A letter from the Supreme Court telling the actual situation of the person who was bombed.
A lawyer and survivor visited the Supreme Court on the 15th before the argument was held in the Supreme Court to hear both sides' claims in a trial in which people who were bombed in Hiroshima and Nagasaki asked the country to recognize the atomic bomb disease. I submitted a letter collected from all over the country to convey the actual situation of the A-bomb survivors.
Seventeen people have submitted letters to the Supreme Court, including defense teams and supporting atomic bomb survivors.
The Supreme Court will open an argument to hear both sides' claims in January next year regarding the three cases in which people who were bombed in Hiroshima and Nagasaki are asking the country to recognize A-bomb disease.
People who have become ill after being exposed to the atomic bomb are recognized as A-bomb disease if certain conditions are met. However, according to the judgments up to the second trial, those who have been diagnosed with follow-up have been identified as “ The interpretation is divided as to whether or not it is a “necessary state”.
After the request, the defense team held a press conference and submitted 98 letters collected from A-bomb survivors nationwide to the Supreme Court asking them to fully understand the actual situation of the A-bomb survivors, not just the plaintiffs. Clarified that he asked for.
“Kotoki City's Secretary General of the Japan Atomic Bomb Victims Association” said, “I want you to listen carefully to the wishes of the A-bomb survivors and make a judgment. It has a great social impact, so it must be made to meet the wishes of the survivors. "
The Supreme Court will open up the argument and show a unified judgment as to when it can be said that medical care is necessary.