The Bunker Group
Verified Defense Pro
Because repealing any legislation is dependent on the votes of members and senators belonging to political parties whose stance determines the outcome of the vote.Rather than arguing about political parties and their stance, why not argue for the repeal of the ssction 22a of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999? That section says that that the Minister must not approve an action consisting of or involving the construction or operation of a nuclear fuel fabrication plant, or a nuclear power station, or an enrichment plant, or a reprocessing facility.
Seems to me that enrichment, as much as it may make economic sense, can't go anywhere while this section is law.
Get bipartisan agreement and no existing Act will prevent a change except in the event an activist High Court usurps the authority of parliament. Which, in line with the entire tenor of this thread, brings us back to the currently insurmountable issue of there being no political will to change