agenda Their withdrawal puts their proposal to include the right to abortion in the Constitution at the top of the texts of their “parliamentary niche”
The National Assembly. (Illustrative photo) — Jacques Witt/SIPA
Confronted with; hundreds of amendments, the LFI deputies decided; to withdraw the first two texts which appeared in agrave; the agenda of their day reserved for Thursday at; the National Assembly, including that on the minimum wage at 1,600 euros, we learned on Wednesday from parliamentary sources.
The first was a request for a “commission of inquiry” on “Uber Files” and the role of Emmanuel Macron in the establishment of Uber in France, and the second proposed the increase of the minimum wage to 1,600 euros net, a strong marker for the rebellious.
Examination of the text which prohibits bullfighting in France
Their withdrawal raises their proposal to include the right to abortion in the Constitution à; the first place of the texts of their “parliamentary niche”, this day allowing to a minority group to set the agenda; the National Assembly.
It also opens up the possibility of to at least start examining the following text, the one proposing the total ban on bullfighting in France, which unleashes passions and divides the different political groups.
The « ; kennel” must end at midnight
The “kennel” must be completed no matter what. midnight and with the hundreds of amendments tabled by their political adversaries on its various texts, the LFI group feared that it would not be able to bring about a resolution. its completion the examination of the proposed constitutional law on the right to abortion. However, it is the one that has the best chance of being adopted, a majority of deputies being favorable to it, in spite of the strong reluctance of the right and the extreme right.
The text on the minimum wage, which was the subject of more than 100 amendments, had no chance of being to be adopted, even if LFI would have liked to to be able to debate it in the hemicycle.
The rebels had denounced the an “undemocratic obstruction” of their opponents when amendments are tabled. “I think it’s dangerous,” on Tuesday their leader Mathilde Panot, castigating a will & “to prevent any debate on major, societal or “social emergency” issues.