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(en) France, Alternative Libertaire AL #225 - Nuclear Exit: Return of the strike force (fr) [machine translation]

Date Sun, 24 Mar 2013 09:47:39 +0200

Network Nuclear Phaseout, despite encouraging signs, is reduced by internal problems and strategic direction, while the front antinuclear would need all his strength to meet the current challenges. ---- The annual general meeting of the Network was held on 19 and 20 January last to Reims, in a demanding than ever antinuclear mobilization of troops. Fukushima disaster still ongoing, development of EPR, multiplication and intensification of ecological struggles, participation of Europe Ecologie Les Verts (EELV) a government commitments to environmental completely hollow. These are all fronts that require action strategy and guidelines clear and ambitious. Unfortunately, we are still far in the network. ---- The analysis of the socio-political context was completely absent from the debate, including the thorny issue of the participation of the government in EELV pro-nuclear.

Prospects for network actions remain unclear and rather nice (human chain lobbying [1 ), whereas repression against ecological struggles intensified.

Renewing the network
Even the slogans Network sometimes hollow sound, as its appeal to the human chain on 9 March, revolving around the "energy transition now" and "stopping the civil and military nuclear" without temporal precision.

Three years after the start of the crisis network [ 2 ], internal divisions (political and personal) always seem to block the operation of this tool Libertarian Alternative has often stressed the importance. However, we can welcome the growing recognition by the General Assembly of the structural problems of the network (centralization, professionalization, personalization) that prevent its development and maintain a climate very productive. To initiate a response, the AG has initiated the construction of the regionalization of the network, even if the terms are still rather vague.

The watchwords should also specify in the future, since the AG has decided to amend the charter of the network to incorporate the demand for "immediate decision output for urgent civilian and military nuclear." These positive elements that give hope the network can be on the road to recovery - albeit slowly - the strike force and mobilization should be hers.

Fortunately, the network is not in itself anti-nuclear struggle. More than 900 groups that compose it do not expect to carry out their shares, which number in the hundreds each year. And groups who decide to leave the network do not abandon the fight so far, and do not hesitate to create new structures to coordinate their collective actions, such as antinuclear young Federation (FAN) which mobilizes around Britain of words order and more radical practices. Hopefully the antinuclear movement as a whole converge in this sense, to tip the balance of power in our favor.

Jocelyn (AL Montreuil)

[ 1 ] See " Nuclear Exit Network: The choice of strategies politicians "in AL No. 214, February 2012

[ 2 ] See " Exiting the nuclear network in crisis! "in AL No. 193, March 2010
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