Law No. 39/95-VR on the utilisation of nuclear energy and radiation safety

Passed in 1995
This law creates a compensation scheme for loss and damage caused by nuclear energy production, as well as a compensation scheme for job loss or displacement that results from nuclear energy production. It also requires that nuclear energy producers obtain liability insurance. It requires the government to disseminate public information about nuclear energy production and defines the legislature's competencies with respect to nuclear energy production. It allows the legislature to develop a national nuclear policy, approve a Nuclear Energy Development Program, create regulations on siting, design, and construction of facilities, regulate import and export of nuclear material, and create safety standards.

from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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