On Tuesday, March 14, National Assembly Speaker Yael Brown-Beve rejected the Socialists’ request for an audio and video broadcast of Wednesday’s crucial session between deputies and senators on pension reform.
According to the rules of the association, “Publicity of the commission’s work is only ensured by a written report containing reports on the commission’s work and votes, as well as the interventions made before it, to the exclusion of any other process.”Yael Brown-Biveh responded to the head of the Socialist Party’s deputies, Boris Falud, in a letter made known to AFP.
sequel after announcement
This report will be posted on the association’s website, but with an interval of several hours or even days.
Pension Reform: Behind the Closed Doors of the Joint Commission
Seven deputies and seven senators, as well as several alternates, will negotiate from 9 am in the Palais Bourbon in a Joint Commission (CMP), behind closed doors as is customary.
We’ll take care of the written report.
If parliamentarians reach an agreement, which is likely, the text will be submitted to a vote in the Senate on Thursday and then to the chamber’s most ambiguous chamber, for final adoption.
In the Senate, the vote on the article on postponing the retirement age reveals divisions in the majority of the right and center
Boris Valo had made a request on Monday to make this discussion public at the CMP, in order to be level “a political moment”. La France Insoumise coordinator Manuel Bompard endorsed the request on Tuesday to avoid it “Secret camera with arrangements, schemes and tricks”.
Immediately after the Assembly President’s response, LFI Deputy Hadrian Cloete, CMP Alternate Member, tweeted: “Okay, we will take care of the written record, to satisfy the chief. See you tomorrow on our networks!”