The National Caucus will not chair parliamentary study groups devoted to antisemitism and AIDS. After a week of turmoil caused by the leaking of an internal working document in the National Assembly temporarily attributing these two presidencies to the far-right party, MPs finally agreed to tune the violins during a meeting of the Bureau delegation in charge of the study groups, this Wednesday, November 16 at 11 am at the Palace Bourbon.
During this second round of negotiations, which some participants sometimes described as “barter” or outright “monopoly”, the National Front obtained, in return, the presidency of the “private security” and “cancer” groups, until then. by the majority. Everything was to happen “In My Perfect City”, Reassuring several Obs participants, confirming, if necessary, the ability of the new RN group to integrate into the parliamentary scene.
Bosses are ample for an RN
In detail, at the end of Wednesday’s meeting, the National Front is in the process of getting nine unique study group chairs out of 80 approved by the Presidency of the National Assembly — as opposed to 113 during the last legislature. These are the groups: “Adoption”, “Camargue”, “Economics, Security and Economic Sovereignty”, “Prostitution”, “Private Security”, “Road Safety”, “Lands Subject to Conversion”, “Vineyards, Wines and Oenology” and, finally Frank
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