Putrajaya, March 15 - Malaysia is taking note of the Japan nuclear crisis when implementing its plan to build 2 nuclear power plant in future,Deputy Prime Mini Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yasin said today. He hat while the government is concerned about public safety and is watching developments in Japan, he remained confident that Malaysia would implement what is the best for the country. The deputy prime minister stressed that the government would learn from Japan to ensure public safety.
" I thing it is something which every country in the world is taking note of, what is happening in Japan. there are many things that we can learn but what is important is the safety of the country and the people.
" In this matter, we have an agency that is responsible and they know what they are doing and we are confident that they will implement what is the best." he told reporters during press conference today.
Energy, Green Technology and Water Minister Datuk Peter Chin had also said that "the government will not do it secretly without informing the public". He added that the Malaysia Nuclear Power Corporation had opened a tender to international consultants to conduct a study on the location, suitability and safety of the location, type of technology and public acceptance of the proposal.