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Palais Bourbon: 25 assembly presidents expected on March 6 and 7 for an unprecedented summit

2024-03-02T16:54:30.298Z

Highlights: Palais Bourbon: 25 assembly presidents expected on March 6 and 7 for an unprecedented summit. This meeting, organized by the President of the National Assembly Yaël Braun-Pivet, will be an opportunity to “send a strong message to the world around the protection of women's rights”. To discover PODCAST - Listen to the Le Figaro Politique club with Yves Thréard . A unique meeting. “The initiative was born from an observation that concerns the president: the regression of women’s rights, even their calling into question”, for example the right to abortion in the United States and Poland.


This meeting, organized by the President of the National Assembly Yaël Braun-Pivet, will be an opportunity to “send a strong message to the world around the protection of women's rights”.


A unique meeting.

The President of the National Assembly, Yaël Braun-Pivet, is organizing for the first time on Wednesday March 6 and Thursday March 7 at the Palais Bourbon a Summit of Assembly Presidents, in which at least 25 of her counterparts should participate, just before the international day of women's rights, March 8.

To discover

  • PODCAST - Listen to the Le Figaro Politique club with Yves Thréard

“The initiative was born from an observation that concerns the president: the regression of women's rights, even their calling into question”

, for example the right to abortion in the United States and Poland, underlines the entourage of the member for Yvelines.

“With the context of the Versailles Congress”

on Monday, which should include abortion in the Constitution,

“this summit will be an opportunity to send a strong message to the world around the protection of women's rights

,” underlines the same statement. source.

Yaël Braun-Pivet is expected to deliver a welcoming speech on Wednesday evening.

Round tables will also be organized on Thursday, with speeches from Eliane Tillieux (Belgium), Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula (South Africa), Bärbel Bas (Germany) and Marcela Guerra Castillo (Mexico).

Source: lefigaro

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