Aboriginal Congress meets to discuss Nuclear Commission recommendations
Posted on: Tue 23 Feb 2016
The nuclear debates continues in South Australia after the Royal Commission into the Nuclear Fuel Cycle announced its tentative findings last week.
The Commission has said that the state would benefit from setting up a large nuclear waste storage and disposal facility.
In response, The Aboriginal Congress of South Australia will meet to discuss the findings on Thursday 25 February. Commissioner Kevin Scarce will attend the meeting.
Tauto Sansbury is Chairperson of the Aboriginal Congress of South Australia and he told Aboriginal Message about his response to the Commission’s findings, the upcoming Congress meeting and what he believes the important message is for Aboriginal people in South Australia following the release of the findings.
Produced by Lucy Kingston
If you are an Aboriginal person living in South Australia and you would like your views to be heard at the Congress meeting, please contact Tauto Sansbury – firstname.lastname@example.org or mobile 0403 165 193
The tentative findings of the Commission, the full list of public meetings and information about the feedback mechanisms are available at www.nuclearrc.sa.gov.au
The closing date for responses to the tentative findings is 5pm on Friday 18 March 2016.