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Y Senedd

A petition is a way of asking the National Assembly to consider any issue, problem or proposal that the Assembly has the power to do something about.

The Assembly’s rules mean that any petition that the Presiding Officer decides is admissible must be considered by the Assembly. The Assembly will in due course set up a Committee to consider admissible petitions and to decide what action should be taken.

If you need any assistance with the e-petitions system or require any further information about the petitions process, please feel free to:

Dates for your diaries – you can download Petitions Committee meeting dates in a variety of formats.

View and sign petitions


You can view all petitions and sign any open e-petitions through this section.


Also in this section

This section explains what subjects can be considered through the petitions process, and how the National Assembly's petitions process works.
In order for a petition presented to the Assembly to be considered admissable, it must meet some basic terms and conditions.
The role of the Petitions Committee is to consider petitions referred by the Presiding Officer in accordance with Standing Order 28.8. The Committee's pages can be viewed through this section.

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