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|Title:||Italy: Operational Problems Implementing the Euratom Directives.|
|Citation:||Strahlenschutz Praxis vol. 4 p. 21-22|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||The Italian National regulations on the peaceful use of nuclear energy have not been changed during a 31-year-period since 1964. In 1995, the legislative decree No. 230, dated 17th March 1995, has been issued, in which all the Euratom directives relevant at that time and part of the new EU basic safety standards have been acknowledged by the legislator. The represented a remarkable improvement for the radioprotection in Italy leading it, perhaps for the first time, to the forefront with respect to other European Partners.However, presently thr ministerial decrees, useful and necessary in order to accomplish the full objectives of the legislative decree 230/95, have not been issued yet. Starting from this situation, the impact of the new Euratom Directive with regard to the legislative decree 230/95 is pointed out here.|
|JRC Institute:||Joint Research Centre Corporate Activities|
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