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OPEN LETTER to the President of the French Republic
For a referendum on France’s participation in the abolition of nuclear weapons


One may find below:
THE TEXT OF THE LETTER TO BE SIGNED
AN INTERNATIONAL APPEAL by
Colin ARCHER, General Secretary of the International Peace Bureau (Nobel Peace Prize)
Jean-Marie MATAGNE, Ph.D, President of ACDN (Action des Citoyens pour le Désarmement Nucléaire), Member of the Abolition 2000 Global Council
Philippe MEIRIEU, Professor at the Université de Lyon II, Vice-president of the Région Rhône-Alpes, President of the Federal Council of the EELV party (Europe Ecologie-Les Verts) (...)

Published 17 October 2012 [ lire la suite ]

Letter to President Hollande, the Prime Minister and the ministers of the new government


18 May 2012
Monsieur le Président,
Monsieur le Premier ministre,
Mesdames, Messieurs les ministres,
You govern France. You have been elected, or appointed and mandated to be leaders of change in the direction of liberty, equality and fraternity. Permit me therefore to draw your attention to a change that is sorely needed but which, nevertheless, was not at all debated during the presidential election campaign.
For over fifty years France has possessed nuclear weapons. Today there (...)

Published 19 May 2012 [ lire la suite ]

The Abolition of Nuclear Weapons: Letter to President Sarkozy


Copies to the Prime Minister, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, and the Minister of Defense.
Saintes, 22 January 2010
SUBJECT : France’s commitment to abolish nuclear weapons.
Monsieur le Président,
Since the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) came into force in 1970, the states possessing nuclear weapons, according to Article VI, ought to have negotiated in good faith for the elimination of all their arsenals. The International Court of Justice at The Hague issued a reminder of this (...)

Published 7 February 2010 [ lire la suite ]

6 January 2006
OPEN LETTER TO PRESIDENT CHIRAC

4 October 2005
Translation of the letter faxed by ACDN on Tuesday, 4 October 2005, to the French president

7 April 2003
Letter to President Jacques Chirac, 6 April 2003

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