GR.–People have the right to decide, but they must often fight for that right.
John Jasson.–Chapter 6 page 122 [Nuclear Fuel Chain Royal Commission Recommendations] states: “Because of these shifts, a public vote on a proposal is not a reliable indicator of ongoing social consent: A vote for or against a proposal one day may not result in the same level of social consent one month later.”
“The two paragraphs that precede this unsubstantiated opinion as declared by the commission are in my view irrelevant because they relate to changes in public consent for matters of technological change that are easily reversible and have risk profiles that are minimal by comparison to a nuclear storage or transportation accident.
“For this reason I have no trust in this process as I believe this to be a blatant attempt to circumvent the people of SA having a true say in this matter. A referendum is the only acceptable way to achieve public consent on a matter that has such significant commercial, safety and social implications for the public of SA.” Source: Why a referendum is needed on South Australian govt’s nuclear waste import plan « Antinuclear