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No nuclear power for Italy

mdsolar (1045926) writes | more than 2 years ago

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mdsolar writes "Italy has just voted "with more than 98 percent of polling places reporting, 57 percent of eligible Italians voted, exceeding the threshold of more than 50 percent needed for a quorum."

On the ballot were referendum "to ban nuclear power, block cities from selling water companies and prevent [Italian PM] Berlusconi from evading his corruption trials." which are all expected to pass. So, Italy bans nuclear power again by referendum as it previously did after the Chernobyl disaster."

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