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A street speech in Nagasaki and Sasebo appealing for the change of the Fukushima party leader of the House of Representatives

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He criticized the non-participating governments and called for "sending (to the Diet) those who will work closely on the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in District 4."

Before the next House of Representatives election, the leader of the Social Democratic Party, Mizuho Fukushima, entered Nagasaki and Sasebo on the 1st. → Continue reading

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Nuclear Weapons Convention

Nuclear Weapons Convention(Kakuheiki,English: Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons,TPNW) Isnuclear weaponsProhibitInternational treatyIs[3][2]..Abbreviations / common namesNuclear Ban Treaty,Nuclear ban treaty,Nuclear abolition treaty(English: Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty[4][5][6], Nuclear Ban Treaty[7][8][9])Such.

2017/May 7ToUnited Nations General AssemblyAdopted by[10][11],2021/May 1Went into effect[12][13][14].


This treaty is the first international treaty to comprehensively ban nuclear weapons for the total abolition of nuclear weapons in the future.The target is a nuclear weaponNuclear power,RadiographyEquipment etc.Holding nuclear power for peaceful purposesIs not forbidden. In the preambleA-bomb survivorWith anxiety about the pain ofInternational humanitarian lawとInternational human rights lawPrinciple was reaffirmed regarding the abolition of nuclear weapons.A feature of this Convention is that the Contracting Parties that own, own, or control nuclear weapons or explosive devices must declare.It is not legally binding on non-concluding countries.


To promote the treaty, including its adoption by the United Nations General Assembly2007/Was formed independently from the International Conference on Physicians to Prevent Nuclear WarInternational Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons(ICAN) is said to have contributed significantly, and the organization2017/March 10Nobel Peace PrizeWas awarded.


1996/4, "Model Nuclear Weapons Covention," Model NWC, mNWC) Calls for the abolition of nuclear weaponsLawyer,scientist,disarmamentAn expert inDoctorAnd the following three international countries in which activists participate:NGOConsists ofconsortiumWas drafted by The purpose was to "verify the possibility of nuclear disarmament in line with legal, technical and political requirements."

  1. International Network of Engineers and Scientists Against Proliferation,INESAP(International network of technologists against diffusion)
  2. International Association of Lawyers Against Nuclear Arms,IALANA(International Association of Antinuclear Lawyers)
  3. International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War,IPPNW(International Conference on Prevention of Nuclear War Physicians)

1997/11, MNWC (UN Doc. A/C.1/52/7)Costa RicaBy the governmentUnited Nations Secretary-GeneralDelivered toUnited NationsWas distributed to member countries.

2007/4, MNWC has convened an NGO consortium through the Lawyers' Committee on Nuclear Policy (LCNP) in Costa Rica andMalaysiaAs a joint proposal of both governments,Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty(NPT) Revised version of "NWC" (UN Doc. A / 1) in the First Preparatory Committee for the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons / 62) was submitted. The NWC prohibits the handling of nuclear weapons for the following items:

  1. Development
  2. Experiment
  3. Production
  4. Stockpiling
  5. Transfer
  6. Use
  7. Threat of use

2011/May 10 --On the 31st, the First Committee on Disarmament and International Security Issues adopted 52 resolutions at the UN General Assembly.Of these, a resolution calling for the start of negotiations on the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons submitted by Malaysia and others.[15]Was adopted in favor of 127 countries (6 more than last year).

2016/On October 10 (Japan time), at the United Nations General Assembly First Committee (Disarmament), a resolution called “Taking forward multilateral nuclear disarmament negotiations” (document A/C.28/ 1/L.71) was passed with 41 in favor, 123 against, and 38 abstentions.America,United Kingdom,France,Russia,JapanVoted against,north koreaIs for,ChugokuAbstained[16][17].

2017/7 votes in favor and 7 vote against (122 vote against) at the Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty Negotiations Conference held at the United Nations Headquarters on July 1 Netherlands), 1 abstention (Singapore) Adopted by the majority[18][19][20].

Ratification has been carried out in each country since September 2017, 9, and reached the 20 countries required for entry into force on October 2020, 10.


The original text of this treaty isUnited Nations official languageIsEnglish-French-Russian-Chinese-Spanish-Arabicso,United NationsOfficialWebsitePublished in[33]..Because Japan does not participateMinistry of Foreign AffairsOfficial翻 訳No, but the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is posting English text, a provisional translation, and the ideas of the Government of Japan.[3].

The Convention consists of a preamble and 20 articles.In the preamble, the inhumanity of nuclear weapons, the need for total abolition, security benefits, the achievement of a "world without nuclear weapons",International humanitarian law, Relevance to past resolutions, legal bans, peaceful use, importance of education, etc. are described as recognition of the signatory countries.

  • Catastrophic resulting from the use of any nuclear weaponInhumaneDeeply concerned about the ending
  • Nuclear weapons are the only way to ensure that they will not be used again in any case.Completely abolishedNeed to
  • The reduction of nuclear armament is ethically essential andFor national securityAnd contributes to both collective security benefits
  • The highest international public interestWorld without nuclear weaponsAchieve and maintain
  • The use of all nuclear weapons is a rule of international law applicable in the event of an armed conflict, especiallyInternational humanitarian lawContrary to the principles and rules of
  • First resolution of the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted on January 1946, 1[34]And recall subsequent resolutions calling for the abolition of nuclear weapons
  • Nuclear weaponsLegally bindingBanned in
  • Indiscriminately any provision of this ConventionPeaceful purposeMust not be construed as affecting the irreparable rights of States parties to the development of research, production and utilization of nuclear energy for
  • Peace and armament reduction in all aspectsEducationAnd the importance of raising awareness of the dangers and consequences of nuclear weapons for current and future generations
  • Article 1 Prohibition-Prohibition of development, experimentation, production, manufacture, acquisition, exclusive use, and storage of nuclear weapons and detonators by Contracting Parties
  • Article 2 Declaration-Obligation to declare the past and present situation from the Contracting Parties to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, and sending the contents of the declaration from the Secretary-General to all Contracting Parties
  • Article 3 Safeguards-- International Atomic Energy AgencyConcluding a safeguards agreement with
  • Article 4 Toward the total abolition of nuclear weapons --Verification of the abolition of nuclear weapons abolished countries, etc.
  • Article 5 Domestic Implementation-Measures to Meet Contracting Parties
  • Article 6 Assistance to Victims and Restoration of the Environment-Appropriate Assistance to Victims of Nuclear Weapons, Restoration of Contaminated Areas
  • Article 7 International Cooperation and Assistance-Cooperation and Mutual Assistance with Other Parties
  • Article 8 Meetings of the Parties-within one year after the entry into force, and every two years thereafter
  • Article 9 Costs-Cost sharing between Contracting Parties and Observers
  • Article 10 Amendment-Proposal for amendment by Contracting Parties, amendment procedure
  • Article 11 Dispute Resolution-Procedures for resolving disputes between Parties regarding the interpretation and operation of the Convention
  • Article 12 Universality-Recommendation of Contracting Parties to Non-Parties to participate in this Convention
  • Article 13 Signature-This Convention will be prominent from September 2017, 9
  • Article 14 Ratification, Acceptance, Approval, Membership-Necessity of Ratification / Acceptance / Approval by Signing States
  • Article 15 Effective-Effective 50 days after the 90th ratification
  • Article 16 Reservation-Prohibition of reservation for each clause
  • Article 17 Validity period and withdrawal-Validity period is indefinite, withdrawal is 12 months after notification
  • Article 18 Relationship with Another Agreement-As long as it is compatible with this Convention, it will not affect existing international agreements.
  • Article 19 Depositor-The depositary is the UN Secretary-General
  • Article 20 Orthodox text-Sentences in 6 languages

Signing country / ratifying country

Signatories and ratifying countries as of October 2022, 5[2].

Signing countrySignature dateRatification date (contract date)
Algerian flag ã‚¢ãƒ«ã‚¸ã‚§ãƒªã‚¢2017/9/20
Angola flag ã‚¢ãƒ³ã‚´ãƒ©2018/9/27
Antigua and Barbuda Flag ãƒ ブ ブ ダ ダ ダ2018/9/262019/11/25
Austrian flag Austria2017/9/202018/5/8
Bangladesh flag ãƒãƒ³ã‚°ãƒ©ãƒ‡ã‚·ãƒ¥2017/9/202019/9/26
Belize flag ãƒ™ãƒªãƒ¼ã‚º2020/2/62020/5/19
Benin flag (I.e.2018/9/262020/12/11
Bolivian flag Bolivia2018/4/162019/8/6
Botswana flag ãƒœãƒ„ワナ2019/9/262020/7/16
Brazilian flag Brazil2017/9/20
Brunei flag Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu2018/9/26
Cape Verde flag ã‚«ãƒ¼ãƒœãƒ™ãƒ«ãƒ‡2017/9/20
Cambodia flag Cambodia2019/1/92021/1/22
Central African Republic flag Central African Republic2017/9/20
Chilean flag ãƒãƒª2017/9/202021/9/23
Colombia flag ã‚³ãƒ­ãƒ³ãƒ“ã‚¢2018/8/3
Cook Islands Flag Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu(加入)2018/9/4
Comoros flag (I.e.2017/9/202021/2/18
Dominican country flag Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu2019/9/262019/10/18
Dominican Republic flag Dominican Republic2018/6/7
Flag of Democratic Republic of Congo Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu2017/9/20
Flag of the Republic of Congo Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu2017/9/202022/5/18
Costa Rica flag Costa Rica2017/9/202018/7/5
Cote d'Ivoire flag ã‚³ ー ト ワ ワ ー ル2017/9/202022/3/23
Cuban flag Cuba2017/9/202018/1/30
Ecuador flag Ecuador2017/9/202019/9/25
El Salvador flag Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu2017/9/202019/1/30
Fiji flag Fiji2017/9/202020/7/7
Gambia flag Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu2017/9/202018/9/26
Ghana flag ã‚¬ãƒ¼ãƒŠ2017/9/20
Grenada flag ã‚°ãƒ¬ãƒŠãƒ€2019/9/26
Guatemala flag Guatemala2017/9/20
Guinea-Bissau flag Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu2018/9/262021/12/15
Guyana flag ã‚¬ã‚¤ã‚¢ãƒŠ2017/9/202017/9/20
Vatican flag Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu2017/9/202017/9/20
Honduras flag ãƒ›ãƒ³ã‚¸ãƒ¥ãƒ©ã‚¹2017/9/202020/10/24
Indonesian flag Indonesia2017/9/20
Irish flag Ireland2017/9/202020/8/6
Jamaica flag Jamaica2017/12/82020/10/23
Kazakhstan flag Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu2018/3/22019/8/29
Kiribati flag Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu2017/9/202019/9/26
Laos flag Laos2017/9/212019/9/26
Lesotho flag Lesotho2019/9/262020/6/6
Libyan flag (I.e.2017/9/20
Liechtenstein flag Lichtenstein2017/9/20
Madagascar flag Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu2017/9/20
Malawi flag Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu2017/9/20
Malaysia flag Malaysia2017/9/202020/9/30
Maldives flag Maldives2019/9/262019/9/26
Malta flag Malta2020/8/252020/9/21
Mexican flag Mexico2017/9/202018/1/16
Myanmar flag Myanmar2018/9/26
Namibian flag Namibia2017/12/82020/3/20
Nauru flag (I.e.2019/11/222020/10/23
Nepal flag ãƒ パ ー ル2017/9/20
New Zealand flag New Zealand2017/9/202018/7/31
Nicaragua flag Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu2017/9/222018/7/19
Niger flag ãƒ‹ ジ ェ ー ル2020/12/9
Nigerian flag Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu2017/9/202020/8/6
Niue flag ãƒ‹ã‚¦ã‚¨(加入)2020/8/6
Palau flag ãƒ‘ラオ2017/9/202018/5/3
Palestinian flag Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu2017/9/202018/3/22
Panama flag ãƒ‘ナマ2017/9/202019/4/11
Paraguay flag ãƒ‘ラグアイ2017/9/202020/1/23
Peru flag Peru2017/9/202021/12/24
Philippines flag ãƒ•ã‚£ãƒªãƒ”ン2017/9/202021/2/18
Flag of Saint Lucia ã‚»ãƒ³ãƒˆãƒ«ã‚·ã‚¢2018/9/272019/1/23
Samoan flag ã‚µãƒ¢ã‚¢2017/9/202018/9/26
San Marino flag San Marino2017/9/202018/9/26
Sao Tome and Principe flag Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu2017/9/20
Seychelles flag ã‚» ー シ ェ ェ2018/9/262021/7/9
South African flag South Africa2017/9/202019/2/25
Flag of Saint Kitts and Nevis ã‚» ァ · · · · · · · · · · ·2019/9/262020/8/9
Flag of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines ã‚» レ ン ン ン ン ン ン ン ン ン ン ン ン ン ン ン2017/12/82019/7/31
Sudan flag ã‚¹ãƒ¼ãƒ€ãƒ³2020/7/22
Kingdom of Thailand flag Thailand2017/9/202017/9/20
East Timor flag æ± テ モ ー ル2018/9/26
Togolese flag ãƒˆ ー ゴ2017/9/20
Trinidad and Tobago flag Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu2019/9/262019/9/26
Tuvalu flag (I.e.2017/9/202020/10/12
Tanzania flag Tanzania2019/9/26
Uruguay flag Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu2017/9/202018/7/25
Vanuatu flag ãƒãƒŒã‚¢ãƒ„2017/9/202018/9/26
Venezuelan flag ãƒ™ãƒã‚ºã‚¨ãƒ©2017/9/202018/3/27
Vietnam flag Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu2017/9/222018/5/17
Zambia flag Zambia2019/9/26
Zimbabwe flag Zimbabwe2020/12/4
Mongolia flag Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu(加入)2021/12/10

February 2021 isNorwayIn NovemberGermanyDecided to participate as an observer.


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