Moruroa e tatou president Roland Oldham visited
An estimated 135,000 civilians died in the Hiroshima attack or soon afterwards from injuries. A second bomb was dropped on
“Hundreds of former workers from Moruroa have died since then and their widows demand justice,” states
“In 2007, current institutions of Polynesia as much as the
Oldham spoke about successes in obliging the
But this is not enough for
“We are becoming aware that our fight for the rights of the victims of the nuclear tests is nowhere but at the start.”
“States that imposed nuclear tests must from now on assume their responsibilities.”As many 35,000 people were working in French Polynesia at the height of the French nuclear test programme, many of them Maohi assured of high safety standards.