Have to see what Kurt has to say, it is very hard to know the companies position right now nor the options available. If this behaviour continues we could be looking at another year of delays and death by bureaucracy
Surely there must be the potential for at least a conditional approval? Proceed with investigations and then when mining operations defined and determined require extended EIS to identify risks and mitigation. Would expect that to be an appropriate response anywhere else but who knows in Sweden?
Does BEMs impact analysis not already cover this crap? Surely it should, it has been known for years that this was part of the problem to be addressed? This just stinks of pass the buck, none of these Swedish ****s wants to make a decision.
..I'm taking the positives out of this , there is not a recommendation for a 'no' there is a recommendation for further analysis in the EIS, it'snot a bad outcome, it'sjust very frustrating and tedious.
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