In April, the Ministry of Economic Affairs established the Nuclear IV Enhanced Safety Inspection Team, which consists of 45 senior engineers from Taipower; another eight external experts form a safety supervision team, and two nuclear energy experts, Cai Weigang and Lin Zongyao, serve as consultants. The Ministry of Economic Affairs said that 59 of the 75 items that should be completed are expected to be completed by the end of the year, but the progress of strengthening safety inspections is not expected to be completed before the end of the year, which means that it will not be able to catch up with the referendum at the end of the year.
The Greenpeace and Green Citizens Action Alliance raided the Taipower Building yesterday. Volunteers in protective clothing complained that in the event of a nuclear disaster in Taiwan, according to the Nuclear Damage Compensation Act, the operator Taipower convert raster to vector will be subject to a maximum compensation of 4.2 billion yuan, which is not only a global amount The lowest, and because it is a state-owned enterprise, it finally became "the victims of the disaster pay for themselves."
From April 12 to 13, the Executive
Yuan Research and Examination Committee conducted a public opinion survey on "Public Opinions on Issues Related to the Nuclear Fourth Referendum". The results showed that 68% of the respondents expressed their support for a referendum to decide whether to stop construction of the nuclear 4th. Nearly 39% of the respondents believe that no matter whether the nuclear security is not safe, it should not operate; 42% of the respondents believe that "even if Taiwan's carbon emissions are increased, global warming is aggravated, or trade sanctions are imposed, construction should be stopped. Nuclear Four".