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CABINET discussed the tentative findings of the Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission on Monday, which was released to the public the same day ahead of a five week feedback period.

A series of public meetings have begun across the State this week, starting in Adelaide on Monday and then moving to Port Pirie, Port Augusta, Whyalla Port Lincoln, Mount Gambier, Ceduna, Renmark and Aboriginal Communities in the Far North and West Coast.

During prior consultations in Ceduna, the proposals presented by the Commission have been met with mixed responses from the community.

Organisations such as the the Aboriginal-leadAustralian Nuclear Free Alliance (ANFA) have vowed to fight the nuclear proposals by the Commission.

“We will fight this industry across the country, whether it be the expansion of uranium mining or a nuclear waste dump,” saidPresident of the ANFA Kevin Buzzacott.

Premier Jay Weatherill announced the Royal Commission into the Nuclear Fuel Cycle in February 2015 and appointed former Governor Kevin Scarce to lead the review into South Australia’s participation in four areas of nuclear fuel cycle including mining, enrichment, energy and storage.

On May 6 this year, the Commission will provide its final report to the Government.

Mr Weatherill said at this time the Government will decide on the next steps, and embark on the next stage of this discussion with the South Australian community.

“It is expected this engagement process will take place between May and August this year,” he said.

“This will be followed by a period of decision making where Government will need to assess the evidence gathered by the Commission and the feedback from community before outlining its full response to the Royal Commission.”

For more information about the findings or community consultations visit苏州美甲美睫培训学校nuclearrc.sa.gov419论坛.

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