The results of the peer reviewed report “NPP Paks II: Paleo-seismological assessment of the Siting Report and the Site License with respect to fault capability” showed that evidence for a capable fault at the site was swept under the carpet. According to the International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) guidelines, the Western European Nuclear Regulator’s Association WENRA’s rules as well as the Hungarian regulations, the site license for Paks II should not have been granted in 2017.
The European Greens submitted Parliamentary questions on this Paks issue to the European Commission. Here you can read the questions and the answer of the EC.
Find more information on Paks NPP on Energiaklub’s website.