Bulletin de droit nucléaire Version francaise

Nuclear Law Bulletin

No. 50, December 1992

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DETAILED TABLE OF CONTENTS

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ARTICLES

    Towards  a  new  regime of State responsibility for nuclear activities, 
     by L. de la Fayette  ..................................................   7


    Moroccan national nuclear regulation project,
     by R. El Hassi Ahmed  .................................................  36


    Right  of  the  public  to  participate  in the nuclear decision-making 
     process,  by F. Galliot de Galzain  ...................................  44


CASE LAW

  - UNITED STATES
    Supreme  Court  decision  on  the  constitutionality  of  the Low Level 
     Radioactive Policy Amendments Act (1992) ..............................  53


NATIONAL LEGISLATIVE AND REGULATORY ACTIVITIES

  - ARGENTINA
    Act on peaceful nuclear energy applications in the  Province of Cordoba 
     (1992) ................................................................  55
    Decree establishing controls on sensitive exports (1992) ...............  56

  - BELGIUM
    Amendment of the General Regulations on safety at work (1992) ..........  57
    Amendment of the General Regulations on radiation protection (1992) ....  57

  - BRAZIL
    Decree relating to the application of SIPRON (1992) ....................  58

  - CANADA
    Amendment of Transport and Recovery Fees Regulations (1992) ............  58

  - DENMARK
    Use of electron accelerators for treatment of patients (1992) ..........  59

  - FRANCE
    Act on radioactive waste management (1991) .............................  60

  - GERMANY
    Act on the establishment of a Federal Export Office (1992) .............  64

  - JAPAN
    Safety guides for research reactors (1991) .............................  65
    Safe transport of radioactive materials (1990) .........................  65

  - NETHERLANDS
    Liability amounts for low-risk nuclear installations (1991-1992) .......  66

  - NORWAY
    Amendment of Regulations on export of heavy water (1992) ...............  67

  - PORTUGAL
    Amendment of Decree on radiation protection (1992) .....................  67

  - ROMANIA
    Import/export of sensitive articles and technology (1992) ..............  68

  - SINGAPORE
    The Radiation Protection Act (1991) ....................................  68

  - SWEDEN
    Radon legislation ......................................................  69

  - SWITZERLAND
    Ordinance on distribution of iodine tablets (1992) .....................  71

  - UNITED STATES
    Environmental review for licence renewals (1992) .......................  72
    Prematurely shut down reactors - funding (1992) ........................  72
    Uranium enrichment Regulations (1992) ..................................  73
    Amendments to physical protection requirements (1992) ..................  73


INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY ACTIVITIES

  - NEA/IAEA
    Helsinki Symposium (1992) ..............................................  74

  - IAEA
    Nuclear Safety Convention ..............................................  76

  - NUCLEAR SUPPLIERS GROUP
    Statement on full scope safeguards (1992) ..............................  77


BILATERAL AGREEMENTS

  - BELGIUM/SWITZERLAND
    Agreement on peaceful nuclear co-operation (1991) ......................  78

  - JAPAN/KOREA
    Agreement on information exchange on power plant safety (1991) .........  78
    Memorandum on information exchange on public acceptance (1992) .........  79


MULTILATERAL AGREEMENTS

    Convention on Physical Protection (review and status - 1992) ...........  79
    ITER Agreement (1992) ..................................................  82
    Conventions on protection of the marine environment ....................  82


FULL TEXTS

    Statement on full scope safeguards by the Nuclear Suppliers Group ......  86


BIBLIOGRAPHY

    Canada, Tunisia ........................................................  88


LIST OF CORRESPONDENTS

 
    ........................................................................  90