Greenpeace Complains to the Public Protector

Greenpeace Africa and SAHA lodge a formal complaint with both the Public Protector and SAHRC over the release the Integrated Nuclear Infrastructure Review

Greenpeace Africa and the South African History Archives (SAHA) have lodged a formal complaint with both the Public Protector and South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) with regards to the second refusal by the Minister of Energy to publicly release the Integrated Nuclear Infrastructure Review.

The review was compiled by the Department of Energy to assess South Africa's readiness to build nuclear power stations in the country, and was discussed with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) at a closed workshop last month.

Senkhu Maimane of SAHA says, “The people of South Africa have as much right to know the contents of the review document as the IAEA," adding that the process is meant to establish South Africa's readiness to develop nuclear power stations in the country.

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Source: 
SABC News

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