International Day for the total elimination of nuclear weapons Seven out of ten French citizens want to abolish nuclear and radioactive weapons and wish a referendum on the subject According to an IFOP Poll of 20-21 September 2022
FROM IFOP, 22 SEPTEMBER 2022 REPORT ON PUBLIC OPINION POLL
Concerning the wish that France should negotiate a treaty to ban and completely eliminate nuclear and radioactive weapons
Text preceding Question 1:
Today there are nearly 13000 atom bombs threatening life on earth. According to the UN, any State that uses them "must be considered as violating the UN Charter, acting in contempt of the laws of humanity and committing a crime against Humanity and civilization" (...)
Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Chernobyl, Fukushima, Zaporizhzha... How can we neutralise the danger of nuclear arms and nuclear power-plants? Parliamentary Bill, Referendum, Paired Speakers, National IFOP-ACDN Poll, and Public Debate in Saintes on 24 September 2022
Media Release from ACDN
On 21 September 2002, the UN’s International Day of Peace was also the 251st day of the war in Ukraine, and the day when its instigator Vladimir Putin declared to his people that the West wants to destroy Russia, and threatened us again with his atomic weapons.
France’s nuclear arms, those of NATO, failed to prevent the invasion of Ukraine or to prevent those frightening threats. We can even say that they provided the manure in which they grew.
These weapons, (...)
26 September: The UN’s World Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons Media Release from ACDN
Published in French on 25 September 2018 Why this day? To prevent the final catastrophe. And because 26 September 1983 was the day when the world nearly slid into the 3rd World War, a nuclear one which is still hanging over our heads 35 years later.
In March 1983 Ronald Reagan described the Soviet Union as an "evil empire". On September 1, the Soviets had judged themselves spied on by a South Korean passenger plane which had entered their airspace, and they shot it down with 269 (...)