Gruppos de aborigines de Australia debattera le futuro de residuos nuclear in lor territorios.

(Languages of this post: Interlingua, English)

Gruppos de aborigines australian va a debater planos controversial pro construer le prime deposito permanente pro residuos nuclear in le Terrtorio Nord de Australia. Le governamento federal ha identificate un area remote de Tennant Creek como un sito probabile.

In le proxime sex annos, residuos nuclear que Australia inviava a Europa pro reprocessamento essera retornate al pais, ma functionarios in Canberra, le capital de Australia, totevia non ha decidite ubi illes va a depositar los.

On ha selegite Muckaty Station, un terreno isolate 120 kilometros de Tennant Creek in le Territorio Nord de Australia como un sito possibile pro le deposito final de iste residuos. Aborigines local ha offeredite a vender iste terreno pro $11 million. Ma altere gruppos de aborigines in le area es furiose sur le possibilitate del deposito, que illes considera un periculo pro le vita human in omne ille area del pais.

Iste duo gruppos de indigenes se confrontara in un reunion public in Tennant Creek, un loco al sud de Darwin prominente in le passato pro su minos de auro. Scott Ludlam, un membro del senato de Australia, previde un serie conflicto inter iste duo gruppos de aborigines durante le reunion.

Le governamento federal de Australia diceva que on facerea a Muckaty Station attente studios ambiental sur le securitate del sito, e ministros del governamento ha indicate que on non construera iste deposito si le population local lo oppone.

Criticos crede que seismos recente in ille parte del Territorio Nord de Australia ha causate dubitos seriose sur le securitate de iste sito. Le Partito Verde de Australia ha dicite que iste residuos radioactive debe esser depositate presso le sol facilitate nuclear de Australia apud Sidney.

Groups of Australian aborigines will be debating the future of nuclear waste in their territories.

Groups of Australian aborigines are going to debate controversial plans to build the first permanent depost for nuclear waste in the Northern Territory of Australia. The federal government has identified a remote area of Tenant Creek as a probable site.

In the next six years, nuclear waste that Australia sent to Europe for reprocessing will be returned to the country, but officials in Canberra, the capital of Australia, still have not decided where they are going to deposit it.

Muckaty Station, an isolated territory 120 kilometers (65 miles) from Tennant Creek in Australia’s Northern Territory, has been selected as a possible site for the final deposit of this waste. Local aborigines have offered to sell this territory for $11 million. But other groups of aborigines in the area are furious about the possibilities of the deposit, which they consider a danger to human life in that entire area of the country.

These two groups of aborigines will confront each other in a public meeting in Tennant Creek, an area south of Darwin that was prominent in the past for its gold mines. Scott Ludlam, a member of Australia’s senate, foresees a serious conflict between these two groups of aborigines during the meeting.

The federal government of Australia said that careful environmental studies on the safety of the site will be made at Muckaty Station, and government ministers have indicated that the dump will not be built if the local population opposes it.

Critics believe that recent earthquakes in that part of Australia’s Northen Territory have led to serious doubts about the safety of that site. Australia’s Green Party has said that this radioactive waste should be deposited next to Australia’s only nuclear facility near Sidney.

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