VILNIUS - Rokas Zilinska, head of the parliamentary nuclear energy commission, has requested an investigation into alleged corruption surrounding the former nuclear power plant at Ignalina. He referred to local media claims that stolen servo drives from the Leningrad Nuclear Power Plant in Russia, were installed in Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant. "If it is found out that the law and institutions failed to take any measures or conducted the necessary investigation, negligently, this will raise serious doubts as to their competence and ability to safeguard the interests...
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