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Motions and Amendments for future Debate

Motions tabled on 5 October 2017

NND6527

Jenny Rathbone (Cardiff Central)
Suzy Davies (South Wales West)
Dafydd Elis-Thomas (Dwyfor Meirionnydd)
Dai Lloyd (South Wales West)
David Melding (South Wales Central)
Eluned Morgan (Mid and West Wales)
 

To propose that the National Assembly for Wales:

1. Notes that the speed of the revolution in transport technology challenges current planning assumptions and requires a major re-think in public policy and design.

2. Believes that transport manufacturers and their supply chains will need to adapt or die as the combustion engine is phased out within the next 20 years because of:

a) driverless vehicles, which will disrupt assumptions about private ownership of cars, urban town planning, managing road congestion and the role of buses to connect communities; and

b) electric vehicles, which require a more dispersed electricity generation and supply including charging points covering the whole of Wales;

3. Calls on the Welsh Government to outline the steps that it is taking to align policies with the pace of change and ensure all citizens will benefit, in line with the Well-Being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015.

Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015

Supported by:

Simon Thomas (Mid and West Wales)

Huw Irranca-Davies (Ogmore)
 

NNDM6528

Julie Morgan (Cardiff North)
Hannah Blythyn (Delyn)
Angela Burns (Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire)
Dai Lloyd (South Wales West)
Jenny Rathbone (Cardiff Central)
Joyce Watson (Mid and West Wales)
 

To propose that the National Assembly for Wales:

1. Recognises that female genital mutilation (FGM) is widely practised worldwide and an estimated 2,000 women and girls in Wales are living with the consequences of FGM.

2. Calls on the Welsh Government to:

a) use every opportunity to raise awareness of this practice;

b) encourage schools to discuss this as part of the Personal and Social Education curriculum and in staff training;

c) raise awareness of this practice among GPs and all medical practitioners; and

d) do all it can to ensure communities most affected receive help and support to tackle the problem.

Supported by:

​Jayne Bryant (Newport West)

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