Berkeley continues to hold its swords high, both on account of its activity in Retortillo, Salamanca, the town chosen to open the largest open pit uranium mine in Europe. And he does not lose hope despite the open fronts on all sides.
The first is the processing in the Courts of the Climate Change Law. The company considers that the new regulations, already approved in the Lower House, it will not affect the Salamanca mine for its start-up. This is how the company has been advancing it on numerous occasions. Berkeley alleges that it is the holder of the legal, valid and consolidated rights for the investigation and also for the exploitation of its mining projects, including a 30-year mining license, extendable for another 30 years, for the uranium mine in Retortillo. And it stresses that any retroactive measure that expropriates Berkeley’s legal rights would be unacceptable.
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