Sunday, May 18, 2014

Public Referendum in Bern, Switzerland Rejects Immediate Shut-Down of Mühleberg Nuclear Power Plant by Wide Margin


According to Jiji Tsushin (5/19/2014),

スイスの首都ベルン近郊にあるミューレベルク原発の即時運転停止を問う住民投票が18日、中部ベルン州で行われ、賛成36.7%、反対63.3%で否決された。同原発は2019年の廃止が決まっているが、東京電力福島第1原発事故の恐ろしさを実感した住民が発議した。投票率は51.6%。

A public referendum was carried out in the canton of Bern on May 18 to decide whether to shut down Mühleberg Nuclear Power Plant near the Swiss capital Bern. The measure was defeated, with 36.7% in favor and 63.7% against. Muehleberg Nuclear Power Plant is slated to be shut down in 2019, but residents proposed the measure after the Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant accident. The turnout was 51.6%.


Muehleberg NPP has been found to have multiple cracks in the core shroud. See my post in March 2012.

40% of Switzerland's electricity comes from nuclear power, and 60% comes from hydroelectricity.

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