Monday, 23 April 2007

Greens seeing the value of nuclear?

Green MPs in Victoria are being accused of undermining the State's strong anti-nuclear stance after they joined forces with the Liberals, Nationals and DLP (Democratic Labor Party) to kill off a Bracks Government initiative in the Upper House.

The Government plan was to send a message to Canberra by giving voters a say on whether nuclear reactors could ever be built in Victoria.

While the Bracks Government is now describing the Greens as a pro-nuclear party, the Greens say the State Government's plan was half-baked.

I don't want to get too excited by this. But I wonder if so much consideration whould have been given to such an initiative just a few years ago.

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