The final adoption of the bill against separatism, which was scheduled for Thursday, July 22, in the National Assembly, was postponed until Friday in view of the large number of amendments still to be considered on the controversial bill extending the sanitary pass.
While some 900 amendments to the health crisis management bill still remained to be debated, sitting chairman David Habib (Socialist Party) indicated at midnight on the night of Wednesday to Thursday that the agenda was rearranged, via a letter from the Minister for Relations with Parliament.
Validation postponed to Friday
Thus the deputies will resume Thursday, for the whole day, this text. The final adoption of the “prevention of acts of terrorism and intelligence” bill, initially scheduled for the morning, will take place at 3 pm.
The final validation of the bill against separatism, but also that of the regulation of the budget and again of a bill on the prevention of health at work, are postponed to Friday.
The Senate, which was to begin the first reading of the anti-Covid bill on Thursday, will also be forced to review its menu, the text to be definitively approved by the end of the weekend.