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Death of the nuclear industry? Euratom campaigners fight the system!


Because of new information on the effects of low dose radiation concerning the genetic damage that has now come to light, a new campaign application has been made to the Radiological Depts. of the Environmental Protection Agency in Ireland, the UK  and soon elsewhere in Europe.

If you wish to submit your own application for your organisation or for yourself personally,  please check out the details of the applications that have been submitted already then please click on the template for the EU  link at the bottom of the page pn the justification Campaign link below. the resources are free to use and distribute for this purpose.


“…Since the adoption of the Rome Treaty, the treaties have been regularly updated to meet the challenges of the day. EURATOM is unchanged since 1957. The situation could be somewhat improved if there was a coherent and up to date secondary legislation in the field of nuclear on the internal market. But there isn’t. In fact the situation is comparable to a city court basing its legal arguments on a day to day direct interpretation of the Constitution Indeed, here the interpretation depends on the Commission….”

Link to the Euratom Re-Justification Directive page with resources and explanation (Templates with instructions) for all European countries can be found here;

Posted by Shaun McGee aka arclight

Date posted 13th December 2016


December 13, 2016 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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