The government commissioned a deliberation for the Shin Kori 5 and 6 reactors.
- Results of Participatory Surveys for Public Deliberation on Shin-Gori Nuclear Reactors No. 5 & 6
- 59.5% Support Resuming Construction while 40.5% Support Permanent Suspension
- Let democracy rule nuclear energy Nature 3/2018 PDF
In South Korea, hundreds of well-informed citizens voted on behalf of their country — a technique that should be used more widely, says Ji-Bum Chung.
- South Korea’s Nuclear Energy Debate The Diplomat 9/2017 PDF
Instead of merely relying on a large-scale telephone poll, the Moon administration sought thoughtful and informed public opinion on this highly divisive issue through deliberative polling.
- Proposed resumption of nuclear reactors to delay Moon’s new energy policy Korea Herald 10/2017 PDF
The commission said 59.5 percent of 471 citizens and experts who took part in the debate voted in favor of completing the Shin Kori-5 and Shin Kori-6 reactors, while 40.5 percent sided with the president to remove the unfinished reactors for good.
- Why deliberative polling? Korea JoongAng Daily 9/2017 PDF
Consulting the people is not as easy as it sounds.
- [시론] 탈원전 공론화엔 ‘숙의 여론조사’가 제격 NAVER 9/2017 PDF, PDF (English Translation)
OPED: Why Deliberative Polling? The government should be commended for wanting to consult the people about the difficult choice it faces on possibly suspending the Shin Kori nuclear power plants 5 and 6.
- 공론조사 창안자 “원전 공론화, 시민에 충분한 정보량이 관건” The Hankyoreh 8/2017 PDF
- [주간조선] ‘공론조사 창시자’ 피시킨 교수 단독 인터뷰 출처 Chosun Daily 8/2017 PDF, PDF (English translation)
The heat of debates over suspending the construction of the Shin Kori nuclear power plant 5 and 6, a decision that would be a milestone in the Moon government’s anti-nuclear power policy, shows no sign of abating. The government has commissioned the Public Opinion Committee for the Shin Kori 5 and 6, which was set up in July, to come to a decision.
- 공론조사 창안자 “원전 공론화, 시민에 충분한 정보량이 관건 NAVER 8/2017 PDF