Saturday 26 March 2011
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For a total transparency on the airborne radioactivity we are breathing Fukushima (Japon)
There are 60 certified radionuclide stations fully equipped with high precision detectors that are set up around the world to monitor airborne radioactivity on a daily basis with unprecedented accuracy. Their objective : Find low quantities of radioactive particles that could reveal a possible nuclear test in violation of the Comprehensive nuclear test ban treaty (TICEN).
Results of the analyses would allow a follow up, day by day since March 12, 2011, of the evolution on the contaminated airborne masses linked to the radioactive rejections of the FUKUSHIMA DAIICHII nuclear plant. To date this is still impossible as the data are being confiscated by the States. The results are communicated to pre selected official organizations required to keep all information away from public awareness.
This global measuring network is financed by Public funds. Populations have the right to have access to this information. All the figures without exception must be published and not just a few figures carefully selected by the authorities.
I hereby demand that the results of the analyses conducted to measure the airborne radioactivity by the global network (TICEN) be made public, ENTIRELY AND WITHOUT ANY FURTHER DELAY.
Funded by all the citizens of member states, these figures must be made available to public knowledge to serve their right to protection and safety.
This international petition is launched by the CRIIRAD - Commission de Recherche et d’Information Indépendantes sur la Radioactivité/ Research and Independant Information on Radioactivity Commission
Date of publication : March 26th , 2011 Validity : Until secret of information will be lifted Petitions will serve actions in direction of national Governments, the UN, the IAEA, and the CTBT organization Results of the mobilization : www.criirad.org
Traduction : Brigitte Nolan