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NOBEL LAUREATES APPEAL

We the undersigned:

Aware since 1994, and acknowledging the leadership of the Italian Governments and the Italian Pro-Moratorium Movement in favor of the proclamation for a Universal Moratorium on the Death Penalty at the United Nations, believe that, after years of postponements and requests for the unnecessary nor needed consensus of the European Union as such, the time to act at UN Headquarters has finally arrived.
We therefore appeal to Italy's President of the Council of Ministers Romano Prodi in observance with the decisions of the Italian Parliament and following the invitations and support of the European Parliament along with a group of favorable countries covering all continents, to table in the coming hours, a resolution based on the Political Declaration presented last December and signed by 93 countries on a Universal Moratorium on the Death Penalty in order to put it to a vote before the end of the current session (61st) of the UN General Assembly. 


Peter Agre, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 2003, United States
Paul Berg, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1980, United States
Gunter Blobel, Nobel Prize in Medicine, 1999, United States
Arvid Carlsson, Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, 2000, Sweden
Steve Chu, Nobel Prize in Physics, 1997, United States
Mairead Corrigan Maguire, Nobel Prize in Peace, 1976, Ireland
James Cronin, Nobel Prize in Physics, 1980, United States
Paul Crutzen, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1995, Netherlands
Robert Curl, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1996, United States
Jean Baptiste Dausset, Nobel Prize in Medicine, 1980, France
Shirin Ebadi, Nobel Prize in Peace, 2003, Iran
Manfred Eigen, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1967, Germany
Richard Ernst, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1991, Switzerland
John B. Fenn, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 2002, United States
Edmond H. Fisher, Nobel Prize in Medicine 1992, United States
Val Fitch, Nobel Prize in Physics, 1980, United States
Dario Fo, Nobel Prize in Literature, 1997, Italia
Walter Gilbert, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1980, United States
Sheldon Lee Glashow, Nobel Prize in Physics, 1979, United States
Mikhail Seergeevich Gorbachev, Nobel Prize in Peace, 1990, Russia
Paul Greengard, Nobel Prize in Physiology, 2000, United States
Roger Guillemin, Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, 1977, France
Tenzin Gyatso (DALAI LAMA), Nobel Prize in Peace, 1989, Tibet
Leland H. (Lee) Hartwell, Nobel Prize in Medicine, 2001, United States
Herbert A. Hauptman, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1985, United States
Dudley Herschbach, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1986, United States
Avram Hershko, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 2004, Israel
Roald Hoffmann, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1981, Italia
John Hume, Nobel Prize in Peace, 1998, United Kingdom
Sir Aaron Klug, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1982, United States
Walter Kohn, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1998, Poland
Arthur Kornberg, Nobel Prize in Medicine, 1959, United States
Sir Harold W. Kroto, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1996, United Kingdom
Anthony J. Leggett, Nobel Prize in Physics, 2003, United Kingdom
Jean-Marie Lehn, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1987, United States
Rita Levi Montalcini, Nobel Prize in Medicine, 1986, United States
William Lipscomb, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1976, United States
Wangari Maathai, Nobel Prize in Peace, 2004, Kenya
Erwin Neher, Nobel Prize in Medicine, 1991, Germany
Paul Nurse, Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, 2001, United Kingdom
Douglas D. Osheroff, Nobel Prize in Physics, 1996, United States
Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, Nobel Prize in Peace, 1980, Argentina
John Polanyi, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1986, Canada
Jose Ramos-Horta, Nobel Prize in Peace, 1996 - Presidente della Repubblica Democratica di Timor Est,
Richard J. Roberts, Nobel Prize in Medicine, 1993, United States
Reinhard Selten, Nobel Prize in Economics, 1994, Germany
Jens C. Skou, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1997, Denmark
Jack Steinberger, Nobel Prize in Physics, 1988, Switzerland
Desmond Tutu, Nobel Prize in Peace, 1984 Anglican Archbishop Emeritus of Cape Town, South Africa
Lech Walesa, Nobel Prize in Peace 1983, Poland
John Walker, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1997, United Kingdom
Elie Wiesel, Nobel Prize in Peace 1986, United States
Betty Williams, Nobel Prize in Peace 1976, United States
Jody Williams, Nobel Prize in Peace, 1997, United States
Carlos Felipe Ximenes Belo, Nobel Prize in Peace, 1996, Chile

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