Nuclear power and the presidential election seen from Fessenheim

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Nuclear power and the presidential election seen from Fessenheim

Nuclear power and the presidential election seen from Fessenheim

In Fessenheim, in the Upper Rhine, the inhabitants and the mayor defend the presence of the nuclear power plant as a source of employment. Their vote in the first round of the 2007 presidential election did not focus on the environmentalist candidate Dominique Voynet. In the second round, their choice could depend on the position of the candidates Ségolène Royal and Nicolas Sarkozy regarding the maintenance of this plant in operation for thirty years. Environmentalists are defending another path to keep jobs. Reactions from two residents of Fessenheim, interviews with Alain Foechterlé, mayor of Fessenheim, and Nicole Roelens, president of the association "Stop Fessenheim".

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Publication date : 24 April 2007

Reference:
R22021363
Credits:
Producteur: France 3 Strasbourg Alsace   -   Journalist : Grandon, Florence  -  Photo Journalist : Gerner, Daniel  -  Participant : Foechterle, Alain  -  Participant : Roelens, Nicole
Origin:
Midi Pile Alsace   -   Producteur: France 3 Strasbourg Alsace
Licence:
Turnkey

Reference:R22021363

Credits:Journalist : Grandon, Florence-Photo Journalist : Gerner, Daniel-Participant : Foechterle, Alain-Participant : Roelens, Nicole

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