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domenica 18 marzo 2012

Petizione al Parlamento Europeo per il riconoscimento di MCS e EHS

E' UN PASSO FONDAMENTALE per arrivare ad una raccomandazione del Perlamento Europeo di riconoscimento di MCE e EHS come malattie e come disabilit' occupazionali.


Adesso noi dobbiamo, impegnare tutte le associazioni e comitati a sollecitare tutti i ns Parlamentari italiani europei a firmare questa raccomandazione.

Occorre un testo base, che oguno modifichera' come crede in modo da sollecitarli da pio' versanti e fronti.


Chi si attiva apreparare questo testo ?

Giorgio





European Parliament: March 12th, 2012
Written declaration on the recognition of multiple chemical sensitivity and electrohypersensitivity in the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD)

The recommendation includes not only ICDs – also Lists of Occupational Diseases.
Pdf is attached, or read text pasted here below the dashed line, or read at the EP website:
http://www.europarl.europa.eu/sides/getDoc.do?type=WDECL&reference=P7-DCL-2012-0014&format=PDF&language=EN

Note: This is a Declaration submitted by 5 Members of European Parliament (MEPs, and 5 is the maximum number permitted for initial submission). There is a 3-month period (until June 14th, 2012) during which Members of European Parliament can sign on (for required majority).

All MEP information is easily accessible at:
http://www.europarl.europa.eu/meps/en/performsearch.html
On the search page simply select a country and click the “Show Result” button (at the righthand side), then on the Results list naming each representative click on each person to see their interests, background, contact details, etc.

Probably this is all available at the European Parliament website in other languages — I don’t know how to accomplish this. Their main homepage to select which language to proceed in is here:
http://www.europarl.europa.eu/
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(text pasted, Rule 123 refers to the general procedure re Declarations:)

DC\893800EN.doc PE484.928v01-00
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT 2009 - 2014
12.3.2012 0014/2012

WRITTEN DECLARATION
pursuant to Rule 123 of the Rules of Procedure on the recognition of multiple chemical
sensitivity and electrohypersensitivity in the International Statistical Classification of
Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD)

Raül Romeva i Rueda, Kriton Arsenis, Willy Meyer, Michèle Rivasi,
Oreste Rossi

Lapse date: 14.6.2012

Written declaration on the recognition of multiple chemical sensitivity and
electrohypersensitivity in the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related
Health Problems (ICD)

The European Parliament,

– having regard to its resolution of 4 September 2008 on the mid-term review of the
European Environment and Health Action Plan 2004-2010, particularly recital J thereof,

– having regard to Decision 1350/2007/EC establishing a second programme of Community
action in the field of health (2008-2013), and the White Paper ‘Together for Health’
(COM(2007)0630),

– having regard to its resolution of 2April 2009 on health concerns associated with
electromagnetic fields,

– having regard to Rule 123 of its Rules of Procedure,

A. whereas health inequalities between different European countries should be eradicated;

B. whereas multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS) patients are vulnerable to environmental
pollution and electrohypersensitivity (EHS) patients to electromagnetic radiation, both
involving serious risks in several areas over which they have no influence, such as the air
they breathe and exposure to EM radiation;

1. Recommends that Member States which have not yet done so include MCS and EHS in
their own ICDs and in their ILO-based Lists of Occupational Diseases; suggests that the
WHO Assembly include MCS and EHS in its upcoming ICD-11;

2. Urges Member State governments to apply existing rules regarding EM radiation and
exposure to harmful substances and to apply the precautionary principle strictly, with
effective health and environmental measures, in order to immediately protect those
affected, whose number is growing exponentially;

3. Suggests harmonising the rules on physical agents and harmful substances in the Member
States, on the basis of the strictest existing criteria, and also placing controls on imported
products;

4. Instructs its President to forward this declaration, together with the names of the
signatories, to the Council, the Commission and the parliaments of the Member States.

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1 commento:

  1. qui trovate il testo della dichiarazione tradotta in Italiano
    http://is.gd/c2nXU1

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