Brnabic on removal of ban on construction of nuclear power plants: Public discussion first, then deciding

Source: Beta Friday, 12.04.2024. 08:50
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The president of the National Assembly of Serbia, Ana Brnabic, has stated that the bill on the removal of the Law on the Ban on the Construction of Nuclear Power Plants, before the MPs decide on it, will be sent to a public discussion and hearings.

– As for nuclear energy, just like everything in a parliamentary democracy – it enters the procedure, we have public discussions, we have public hearings, we have all the relevant actors who state their opinions about it, we have a plenum and then we decide – Brnabic told the press at the National Assembly of Serbia.

The member of the Serbian Progressive Party Zoran Dragisic has submitted to the National Assembly of Serbia the bill on the removal of the Law on the Ban on the Construction of Nuclear Power Plants in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.

Dragisic, as reported by the Danas daily web portal, said that Serbia had initially inherited the law from the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, and then from the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, and estimated that, for Serbia, “it is preventing the development of nuclear energy, which is the biggest thing in energy now.”

When asked whether the bill had anything to do with the visit of the president of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, to France, where the field of nuclear energy had been one of the main topics, he said that it was related and that he had spoken to Vucic about that subject.

– I expect this bill to be on the agenda of the National Assembly of Serbia at the first session after the forming of the government. I expect the parliamentary group “Aleksandar Vucic-Srbija ne sme da stane” to support the bill, but also a great number of other MPs, because this is not a political, but a strategic topic – said Dragisic.

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