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The Welsh Government introduced a bill today [Monday, 2nd Oct] which paves the way for automatic voter registration in future Welsh elections.
Once-in-a-generation reforms to make the Senedd more modern and effective have today been published by the Welsh Government as part of the Co-operation Agreement with Plaid Cymru.
Mick Antoniw, the Welsh Government’s Counsel General and Minister for the Constitution, has criticised the UK Government’s unilateral and destructive approach to devolution.
A consultation has opened today to shape reforms that will unify and modernise devolved tribunals in Wales.
Welsh legislation that will better protect scheduled monuments and listed buildings has received Royal Assent.
The Welsh Government’s chief legal adviser has warned the Senedd the UK Government’s Public Order Act puts historic freedoms around peaceful protest at risk.
School children chatting with politicians and workshops for deaf people about how democracy can work better for them are just a few ways the Welsh Government is looking to get more people involved with politics.
Sir Gary Hickinbottom has been sworn in as President of Welsh Tribunals at a ceremony in Cardiff Crown Court today.
The Senedd has formally refused consent for the UK Government’s Retained EU Law Bill in a vote this evening [Tuesday 28th March].
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.
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.
The Welsh Government is encouraging people in need of legal advice to come forward and see what support is available to them.