Buildings and Housing

  On Wednesday April 27, a referendum on uranium mining is on the agenda in the Greenlandic Parliament, Inatsisartut.
Two and a half years ago, the uranium ban was lifted by only a one-vote-majority.
Two proposals will have their first reading: One from Inuit Ataqatigiit, which will make it possible to stop the enormous Kvanefjeld uranium mining project near the town of Narsaq in Southern Greenland, and one from Atassut, which will not. A proposal from Partii Naleraq, which could also block the Kvanefjeld project, will have its first reading on May 12. 

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