Friday, March 18, 2016

The Senate sign the end of the deprivation of nationality – The World

The Prime Minister  Manuel Valls is for senators during the debate on  the emergency and deprivation of nationality  status March 16, 2016 at the Senate in Paris.

This time, there more doubt: the principle of deprivation of nationality will not be included in the Constitution. By adopting, Thursday, March 17, a version of this radically different measure that passed the Assembly, the Senate ended a suspense that was no longer really. Unable to be an agreement between the two chambers, Article 2 of the constitutional amendment concerning the deprivation of nationality for terrorists will never succeed and be endorsed by parliamentarians in Congress.

as expected, senators returned to almost exactly to the earlier version of the text as it was presented in the Council of Ministers in late December, before being amended by the Assembly. A 150 186 votes against and 8 abstentions, they adopted an article which provides for deprivation of nationality reserved only binational, in case of terrorist crimes and would be pronounced by decree. MEPs had them passed a deprivation of nationality may affect all French, in case of crimes and imposed by a judge.

“To renounce our convictions”

Even before the debate, Prime Minister warned senators: “Your proposal will never be adopted by a majority of MPs. “ But a constitutional amendment can only succeed if both rooms first come to agree on the same text, so …


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