the Swedish environmental code info is correct , that was why it was crucial for csp to land the area of national interest for kallak , which nails the deal. at the moment the Swedish government is going through the motions before saying yes. it needs to be seen to follow the law.
I would think that code is taken into account when the initial licenses to explore are issued mick. Otherwise the govt is wide open to be sued by every exploration company who would just not bother with the country in future unless that is adhered to and not abused by all and sundry objectors.
I know someone else posted this on here - I reckon this seals the deal:
Page 18 Chapter 3, Section 7 Land and water areas that contain valuable substances or materials shall, to the extent possible, be protected against measures that may be prejudicial to their extraction. Areas that contain deposits of substances or materials of national interest shall be protected against measures referred to in the first paragraph"
Page 21 chapter 4 section 1 Where special circumstances exist, these provisions shall not prevent the erection of structures for the extraction of deposits of substances or materials referred to in chapter 3, section 7 second paragraph. (above)
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