KUANTAN: Two Pakatan Harapan MPs involved in the anti-Lynas movement will push for the setting up of a new parliamentary select committee (PSC) to reopen investigations into the Lynas rare earth refinery here. Fuziah added that the previous PSC also did not include the views from opposition MPs. Bentong MP Wong Tack claimed the previous PSC’s purpose was just to legitimise Lynas’ operations. In 2012, the PSC concluded in its report that Lynas should be awarded a temporary operating licence (TOL) after finding that it met the stipulated requirements. He also said the views of experts would be sought in their review of Lynas’ operations and licensing.
Source: The Star May 16, 2018 19:52 UTC