Tag Archives: Parliament

#FRAPoli: Gérard Larcher: “Parliament is important in the debate between freedom and health security” – #FrancePolitics #FRPoli

Gérard Larcher, President of the Senate, guest of Sonia Mabrouk on Europe 1. He returned to the speech of the President of the Republic, the resumption of worship, the vaccination strategy, the recovery plan, the bill on comprehensive security, the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh. .@gerard_larcher had asked the President for clarity: …

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#UKPoli: Bill to Protect Retail Workers – Passes First Crucial Stage in Scottish Parliament – #UKPolitics

On Thursday my Bill to protect retail workers was supported unanimously in the Stage 1 debate in the Scottish Parliament.  I want to thank all those Scottish Co-operative Party members and supporters who submitted evidence or wrote to their MSPs asking them to support the Bill. I also want to …

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#CanPoli: NDP Statement on Prorogation of Parliament – #CDNPoli

Jagmeet Singh, Leader of Canada’s NDP, made the following statement: “Shutting down parliament in the middle of a pandemic and an economic crisis, with a planned sitting next week and committees working hard to get answers and solutions for Canadians, is wrong. Canadians shouldn’t be forced to pay the price …

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#UKPoli: Covid-19 hasn’t stopped Co-operation in Parliament – #UKPolitics

Earlier this year following Parliament’s enforced absence, the Chair of the Co-op Parliamentary Group, Jim McMahon, wrote about the work Co-op Parliamentarians had been doing in the immediate aftermath of the outbreak and ensuing lockdown to help address these issues. Since Parliament has returned, they have continued to play a …

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#CanPoli: Justin Trudeau’s address to Parliament on anti-Black racism in Canada | Liberal Party of Canada – #CDNPoli

June 2, 2020 Check against delivery June 2, 2020 I rise today to address what so many people of colour live with every day. Over the past few days, we’ve seen horrific reports of police violence against Black men and women south of the border. But these are not isolated …

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#CanPoli: Justin Trudeau’s address to Parliament on anti-Black racism in Canada – #CDNPoli

We must stand together against racism, discrimination, and injustice so that we can build a better and more equitable Canada. Check against delivery June 2, 2020 I rise today to address what so many people of colour live with every day. Over the past few days, we’ve seen horrific reports …

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#UKPoli: Co-operative Parliamentarians are continuing to play an active role – with or without Parliament – #UKPolitics

Today sees the return of Parliament following an extended break in proceedings in response to the ongoing coronavirus crisis, with the introduction of exceptional measures like video calls to be seen for the first time. It is accepted that much of the work of an MP happens away from the …

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#UKPoli: Virtual Parliament needed before decision can be made on ending lockdown, says Sian Berry – #UKPolitics

15 April 2020 The government’s deadline for reviewing the lockdown measures is tomorrow [Thursday 16 April] Green Party co-leader Sian Berry said: “It is clear that before any decision can be taken on ending the lockdown we need to have mass testing, transparent data and robust democratic scrutiny from a …

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#CanPoli: Justin Trudeau updates Parliament on Canada’s response to COVID-19 – #CDNPoli

Even as we stand apart, we stand united in our resolve to do what we must until COVID-19 is defeated. Check against delivery April 11, 2020 Mr. Speaker – I rise here, in this moment, in this House, as our generation faces its greatest challenge yet. We all stand on …

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#CanPoli: Justin Trudeau updates Parliament on Canada’s response to COVID-19 | Liberal Party of Canada – #CDNPoli

April 11, 2020 Check against delivery April 11, 2020 Mr. Speaker – I rise here, in this moment, in this House, as our generation faces its greatest challenge yet. We all stand on the shoulders of those who came before us. Of all those Canadians who saw our nation through …

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