The National Assembly is examining the mobility bill

Bike, carpool, 80 km/h … the Assembly is Examining the Mobility Bill

MPs begin the review of the draft mobility Bill, which includes a package for greener commuting and taxation of air transport. The National Assembly seizes Monday, June 3, 2019 the sprawling text of law on mobility, which promises jousting around the easing of 80 km/h speed limit and taxation of air transport. Already passed in the Senate at […]

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After the Great Debate, the government promise big projects

After the Great Debate, the Government Promises Big Projects

In the face of the deputies, Tuesday, April 9, 2019, Edouard Philippe assured that “powerful and concrete” decisions will be taken to meet the expectations of the French. After the great debate, “major projects”: Edouard Philippe promised Tuesday 9th April, 2019 before the National Assembly responses to the “strong need for transformation ” expressed and the “wall of distrust” separating […]

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The National Assembly prepares for the uncertainty of Brexit

National Assembly Prepares for “Uncertainty” of Brexit

France has decided to “prepare” for the consequences of Brexit. The National Assembly supported, in the night to Monday to Tuesday, a bill allowing the French government to protect itself. Explanations. Brexit “hard” or “soft”  ? The National Assembly has approved the bill allowing the government to protect, through future orders, any form that would take the exit of the United Kingdom from […]

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Gilles Lurton, MP for Saint-Malo, refused to include in the law the ban on glyphosate.

Glyphosate: Why Saint-Malo MP Gilles Lurton Did Not Vote against its Ban

Gilles Lurton, MP for Saint-Malo, refused to include in the law the ban on glyphosate. He explains the reasons for his vote: After another heated debate in the National Assembly on glyphosate , the result remained unchanged: the ban on the controversial herbicide within three years will not be enshrined in law . So decided the deputies in the night of Friday 14th to Saturday 15th September, 2018. Gilles Lurton , […]

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The National Assembly have voted to increase to 11 vaccines from 1st January

Here are the 11 Compulsory Vaccines Voted by the National Assembly

Increase from three to eleven the number of compulsory vaccines for children born from 1st January, 2018: the National Assembly voted this measure for “public health”. Increase from three to eleven the number of compulsory vaccines for children born from the 1st January, 2018  : the National Assembly voted Friday this measure for “public health”, according to the government, […]

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Emmanuel Macron will speak to parliamentarians at Congress on the 3rd July

Emmanuel Macron will Speak Before Congress on Monday 3rd July

SPEECH: The French President will address the parliamentarians on the eve of the policy speech of his Prime Minister, Edouard Philippe … Emmanuel Macron will speak next Monday, July 3, before Congress meeting in Versailles, said  Senate President Gerard Larcher , coming out of a meeting with the Head of State at the Elysée. “The president @Emmanuel Macron […]

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Manuel Valls has left the Socialist Party

“I leave the Socialist Party or the Socialist Party left me,” says Manuel Valls

POLITICS:  “Sit the group En Marche, it’s a possibility,” argued former Prime Minister Manuel Valls … “Part of my political life ends. I leave the Socialist Party or the Socialist Party left me. “Former Prime Minister  Manuel Valls , who” joined the PS 37 years ago, “announced Tuesday he was leaving the party in RTL. “Siéger dans le groupe En Marche, c’est […]

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Jean-Luc Mélenchon could not understand why the European flag was flying

“It’s the French Republic here, not the Virgin Mary” … Mélenchon Discovers a European flag in the Assembly

POLITICS: The rebellious member did not understand why the EU flag was there … His arrival to the National Assembly on Tuesday had been noticed . But the reaction of Jean-Luc Mélenchon, new MP of France Insoumis of Bouches-du-Rhône, in sight of a European flag in the grounds of the Palais Bourbon, also worth its weight in peanuts. […]

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According to two polls published on Thursday, the formation of Emmanuel Macron would win between 440 and 470 seats in the 577 national assembly.

Legislative Elections: Up to 470 deputies for Le Republique en Marche [Poll]

La Republique en Marche would win overwhelmingly on Sunday in the second round of Legislative parliamentary elections, according to two polls by Harris Interactive-and-Orpi OpinionWay, published on Thursday. Harris Interactive Poll-Careers The formation of Emmanuel Macron party, would win between 440 and 470 seats of the 577 in the National Assembly, Republicans allies IDUs from […]

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Are we heading towards parity in the National Assembly after Legislative Elections

Legislative Elections: Moving towards parity in the National Assembly?

EQUALITY: All obviously depends on the results of the second round … So far, the National Assembly was far from a parity model. In 2012, the Palais Bourbon had only 27% of women elected … what was already a “record”. This proportion is expected to increase significantly after the second round of legislative elections scheduled for Sunday. According to calculations […]

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