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Promoting support for Ukrainians in Wales on anniversary of super sponsor route
On the one-year anniversary of the Welsh Government’s Homes for Ukraine super sponsor route opening, Jane Hutt and Mick Antoniw have restated the Welsh Government’s commitment to supporting people fleeing the illegal war.
A “simple, modern and fair” tribunal system will be significant step towards a Welsh justice system
The Counsel General will today [Tuesday 21st March] confirm a Welsh Government consultation to inform future legislation to establish a single, unified tribunal system for Wales.
Call for people in need to take up legal advice support
The Welsh Government is encouraging people in need of legal advice to come forward and see what support is available to them.
Further funding for project helping women in prison keep in touch with their children
A project to help Welsh mothers in prison maintain positive relationships with their children has had further funding confirmed.
Automatic voter registration pilots proposed in Wales
The Welsh Government today set out proposals to improve voter participation, including trials for automatic voter registration in Senedd and local government elections.
“Change course on justice” – Counsel General
The Welsh Government’s Counsel General is calling on the new UK Government to reset its relationship with the legal sector.
Power grab fears over new UK Government legislation
The Welsh Government has raised concerns over a new Bill that could see the UK Government legislate in areas of devolved responsibility without the consent of Welsh Ministers or the Senedd.
Welsh Government outline principles for a reformed justice system
The Welsh Government’s Counsel General and Minister for Social Justice have outlined the potential core components of a devolved justice system, and warned that the current Westminster-run system is “pulling the shutters down” on access to justice.
Devolved justice system an opportunity to reduce the size of the prison population – Counsel General
The Welsh Government’s Counsel General has said the biggest change under a devolved justice system would be a reduced prison population.
“The United Nations is right, what the UK Government is doing will lead to serious human rights violations”
Minister for Social Justice Jane Hutt and Council General, Mick Antoniw on the UK Government’s Nationality and Borders Act.
Concessions to UK Elections Bill secured to ensure open and accessible elections in Wales
Counsel General Mick Antoniw reaffirmed the Welsh Government’s commitment to open elections and increased voter participation, as the Senedd prepares to vote on the passage of the UK Government’s Elections Bill.
Devolved nations criticise “unwelcome and unnecessary” UK Government plans to drop Human Rights Act
The Welsh and Scottish Governments have described the UK Government’s plans to replace the Human Rights Act with a Bill of Rights as an “ideologically motivated attack on freedoms and liberties.”