Decision on Lynas licence soon


April 18, 2012 (Source: The Star) — Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Datuk Seri Dr Maximus Ongkili will consult experts and authorities before deciding on an appeal to revoke Lynas Corp’s licence “as soon as possible”.

In a statement issued yesterday, Dr Ongkili said he would study the documents tendered in an appeal by three individuals to revoke the company’s temporary operating licence for the rare earth plant in Gebeng, Pahang.

“The minister heard and went through the 14 points their counsel raised as the basis of their appeal. The counsel also brought forward four information providers who gave their testimonies to support a number of issues the appellants deemed pertinent,” the statement read.

The three – Ismail Abu Bakar, Tan Ah Meng and Abujavalli V. Raman – made their appeal in a hearing at the Nuklear Malaysia headquarters in Bangi yesterday under Section 32 of the Atomic Energy Licensing Act.

Dr Ongkili also said that four people were called to give expert evidence at the hearing including an assessor from the Public Consultation Assessment Committee, the Department of Environment and an academic.

The appellants were represented by lead counsel Datuk Bastian Vendargon, R. Sarengapani and Hon Kai Ping.

Save Malaysia, Stop Lynas chairman Tan Bun Teet said it would exhaust all options before pursuing legal measures.

What Impact Will the Failed Challenge to Lynas’ License Have on the Decision-Making Process?

The failed lynas license challenge will likely influence future decision-making processes regarding the company’s operations. This setback could prompt more careful evaluation of environmental and safety concerns, potentially leading to more thorough licensing requirements. It may also contribute to increased public scrutiny and activism surrounding the issue.

How Will the Unexpected Turn in the Public Hearing Impact the Decision on Lynas’s License?

The unexpected turn in the Lynas public hearing may have a significant impact on the decision regarding Lynas’s license. The outcome of the public hearing will shape the future of Lynas and its operations. It is essential for all stakeholders to closely follow the developments in the public hearing process.

Any Progress on the Decision for Lynas’ Licence?

The Lynas petition update is eagerly awaited as the decision on Lynas’ licence hangs in the balance. Many are hopeful for a positive outcome, while others remain concerned about the environmental impact. Stay tuned for the latest Lynas petition update to see how this issue unfolds.

When Will the Decision on Lynas’ License Be Made?

The decision on Lynas’ license is eagerly anticipated, with stakeholders awaiting confirmation of the lynas operations commencement. The timeline for the decision remains unclear, causing uncertainty within the industry. Once the decision is made, it will have far-reaching implications for the company and its operations.

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