A referendum on nuclear energy in Bulgaria failed due to low turnout, and the country's ruling party has confirmed it will not build a new nuclear plant. Critics warn that without nuclear energy, Bulgaria may become a third-world country in 20 years.
The referendum, which was supposed to determine the future course of nuclear energy in Bulgaria, has been officially declared invalid: The final voter turnout was about 20 percent, far less than the required 60 percent....
If you look closely at the lack of industrial development, Bulgarian compact population with ever decreased population growth for Bulgaria and mixing with the migration of Bulgarians throughout the EC.
Where are the viability studies of a nuclear plant that only contributes to sustainable infrastructure development and its environmental impact reports.
This does not make Bulgaria a "Third World Country" but a cost conscience country in a Recession.
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