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World 5G in Nantes: Residents invited to give their opinion this month before any decision

12:40  03 march  2021
12:40  03 march  2021 Source:   20minutes.fr

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While 5G has already been implemented in several large French cities, it does not is still nothing in Nantes. Despite the green light given by the state, operators have resigned themselves to waiting for the debate demanded by the city. It was launched on Monday and the general public is now invited to express its opinion. Contributions, individual or collective, can be submitted until March 27 via , the Citizen Dialogue space on the Internet.

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Six themes are placed on the table: uses and services, environment, health, economy, regional planning, security and freedoms. A lot of information is put online to help form an opinion. On March 9, an online conference will present the issues, discuss controversies and give the floor to experts. Workshops-debates will also be offered on the following days.

A final decision in spring

“All these subjects must be able to be discussed without taboos during this public debate. Citizens and stakeholders in the territory must now be able to express themselves and weigh in turn ", considers Julie Laernoes (EELV), deputy mayor of Nantes in charge of foresight, who campaigned to obtain this public debate.

The summary of the contributions of the citizen opinion will be delivered to the Nantes town hall on March 31. The elected officials will then quickly decide on the strategy. Three options are possible: a firm refusal of 5G, an unqualified yes or a "regulated deployment", that is to say a yes with regulatory limits. Recommendations will also be issued.

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