April and March 1979 and March 1980, the political change in the Basque institutions took place in accordance with the municipal and parliamentary elections that endowed the country with a new democratic administration. The nuclear controversy settles in the new orders of the day, fueled by the news of the next arrival of uranium in Basordas. It will also be on the agenda of the Basque Government constituted on April 24, 1980. On March 23, 1980, 233 elected officials from 101 municipalities in the Basque Country meet at the Bilbao Provincial Council at the call of the Defense and Antinuclear Committees and demand that Iberduero and the Government paralyze Lemóniz. Those gathered agreed to create a permanent commission, put into practice boycott actions against Iberduero, non-payment of bills, carry out lockdowns, and in the event of uranium entering the plant, call a permanent lockdown and general strike. On June 13, the Basque Parliament (Vitoria) approved a referendum on Lemíniz, with Javier Olaverri, from EE, a nuclear engineer, being the main anti-nuclear spokesman. On September 22, GV Interdepartmental Nuclear Energy Commission On September 25, the Munguá city council dismissed Iberduero's appeal on Lemíniz, for which reason it denied the license for the construction, installation, and start-up of the plant nuclear. The following month of 1983, personalities from Basque culture and art signed a joint manifesto ing the stoppage of Lemíniz and the non-entry of uranium into the country. But the works continue their course.