For a planet without nuclear weapons French National Campaign: THE VERY LAST ATOM! For a referendum to give the French people their say
ACDN (Action des Citoyens pour le Désarmement Nucléaire - Action of Citizens for Nuclear Disarmament) and MSGSV (Monde Sans Guerres et Sans Violence - World Without Wars or Violence) launched together this National Campaign on 13 February 2010, at the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the first official French Atomic Test. They were joined by Friends of the Earth-France.
The Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) obliges the states possessing nuclear weapons to eliminate their arsenals. France (...)
13 February 1960 -13 February 2010 50 years of French nuclear weapons, 50 years too many! Campaign: THE VERY LAST ATOM!
Action of Citizens for the total Dismantling of Nukes (ACDN) and World without War or Violence (Monde sans Guerres et Sans Violence, MSGSV) are launching a campaign "THE VERY LAST ATOM!", and are calling on the French government to organise a referendum on the future of France’s nuclear forces.
Fifty years ago, on 13 February 1960 in the Sahara, France exploded her first official atom bomb ("Gerboise Bleue"), thus becoming the world’s fourth nuclear power. Subsequently, with 210 (...)