The deputies of the special committee will begin on Monday the examination of the climate and resilience bill led by Barbara Pompili.
The text of 69 articles that covers a wide variety of sectors - from advertising to housing, transport and agriculture - promises lively discussions.
No less than 5,000 amendments have been tabled - nearly double the separatism bill.
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Illustration of the majority's appetite for ecology, it was the La République en Marche group that signed the most amendments (1500).
But not all of them are going in the same direction.
There are those, like Jean-Charles Colas-Roy, who want to toughen up the text.
"I will push, with other colleagues, so that we are extremely ambitious"
, indicates the deputy of Isère who tabled about sixty amendments.
The elected representative wants, for example, to put an end to unwanted advertising in mailboxes.
But some of his colleagues warn against the weakening of precarious jobs
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