Nuke Chief Wants Bulgarian Referendum

Politics | April 6, 2004, Tuesday // 00:00| Views: | Comments: 0
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Bulgaria might need a referendum on whether two of its nuclear units should be shut, world's nuclear chief said.

Bulgaria has agreed to close units 3, 4 of its only nuclear power plant by the end of 2006 under pressure from the EU. Many experts and politicians, however, are still opposing the decision, insisting that it would prompt an economic crisis in the country.

The chairman of the World Nuclear Association recommended for the Bulgarian Government to show more support for the Kozloduy plant. Gerald Grandley visited the site on Tuesday.
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