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chiefs reported dissatisfaction with the seminar. It has been reported that he only heard of the seminar after his return from a trip abroad. The Kaiga meeting with activists was probably more expensive to him and the nuclear authority than has been acknowledged. According to an activist the proposed plant has 'unique and disturbing1 features. Not only is the plant being located in an evergreen forest region but it is very close to 13 major dams, the largest of which has had severe foundation problems. Moreover a uranium mine may well be set up close to the plant. Apparently the major problems arising from these features have not been adequately understood by the authorities. The Kaiga meeting had failed to throw any light on these issues.

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