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Suzy2
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RE: FF/Googs
12 Oct '17
That' s the key piece imo ....the implications for Sweden not just for us are mega...the boundary IS the boundary. . Also the vexed question of land use...IS IT suitable..not do you like it. Looks like Damberg has got this sorted.
 
EricDraven
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Subtle/Handmethebacon
12 Oct '17
Great stuff, thanks for sharing.

Bacon, good to hear from you again.
granite
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RE: FF/Googs
12 Oct '17
post on avanza

Mikael Damberg says:

"In terms of world heritage issues, a legal test has been made that has stated that no legislative changes are required, according to Damberg.

Laponia has been in existence since 1996. The guidelines for the establishment of its boundary state that the protected area should typically be so largely defined that exploitation outside the area should not be able to have a significant influence on the core value of the world heritage status "(Government letter 2001/02: 171, UNESCO World Heritage Convention and Swedish World Heritage Sites)
googlebot
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RE: Couldn't make this up
12 Oct '17
To clarify, I think they’ll say (as before) there is insufficient information and (as before) they can’t specify what. Hopefully at that point the Govt will say they’ve had their chance and blown it.
ed44
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Handmethebacon
12 Oct '17
Thanks for posting that.

It seems that the government have changed their approach in that they are not just asking for the opinion that the CAB keep refusing to give. Instead they are requesting that the CAB answer some specific questions. This way they are left without any wiggle room and don't need to offer an opinion, just answer the questions.

It seems to me that the government want this mess sorted out ASAP. Roll on December.
googlebot
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RE: Couldn't make this up
12 Oct '17
Thanks Bacon.

I think that the CAB’s response will be summed up as follows:

1. No
2. Ummm...
Handmethebacon
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RE: Couldn't make this up
12 Oct '17
Morning,

Haven't been on here for a while, but here is the Swedish original document from the govn, to CAB:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/fw10l205z8adjkz/Beg%C3%83%C2%A4ran%20om%20komplettering%20Kallak%20KE.pdf?dl=0

(hope it works)

I've translated the questions from swe to eng, as to the best of my knowledge;

"The CAB is requested to reply with an answer including their positions on the following:

1. Does the HIA/EIA contain the information requested in the Environmental law chapter 6, ££3 and 7.,
and,
2. Is the applied use of the land in the request, is usable under the Environmental law Chapter 3 and 4."

let me know if you want a further translation.

All the best

-Bacon
Subtle
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FF/Googs
12 Oct '17
Not so sure now with Damberg's comment about the lack of legislation requirement, could be the defining decision that we need.
googlebot
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RE: Couldn't make this up
12 Oct '17
I think we’ve got to be prepared for CAB to give another non-response though it would be good to see exactly what they are being asked. If it is specific questions that they can’t wriggle out of then we might be ok, otherwise if it’s a vague ‘are you ok with this Laponia stuff’ then we probably won’t get a yes. I hope the government will tie them down to specifics and then disregard their opinion if they refuse to give an answer.

December should be a very exciting time, but I bet CAB ask for an extension in the next few days if they haven’t already.
FF23
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RE: Couldn't make this up
12 Oct '17
Subtle - Interesting find. Whose opinion on proceedings is that? Anyone official or just a commentator?

Certainly true that the CAB’s excuses haven’t died yet, but they soon will ;)




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