SLOW TO ACT: One year after three reactors melted down, the Japanese government has not appointed committee members to scrutinize officials landing jobs in the industries they regulate.
LITTLE CHANGE: Nuclear regulators in Japan are part of the trade ministry, which promotes nuclear power, rather than the environment ministry, as the government proposed.
MOST REACTORS DOWN: One of the few measures introduced is a new regime of safety checks reactors must pass before they are restarted once they're shut down for regularly scheduled inspections. So far, none has gotten the go-ahead to restart, leaving only two of 54 reactors running.
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