Before MPs backed Magdalena Andersson, Sweden was the only Nordic state never to have a woman as PM. from: BBC News
The Build Back Better Act now heads to the Senate, where it faces significant hurdles. from: BBC News
from: BBC News Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday evening.
Manille – Il est important et nécessaire de voter en conscience : Mgr Socrates Villegas, Archevêque de Lingayen-Dagupan, le rappelle aux citoyens, en faisant référence aux prochaines élections nationales et locales du 9 mai 2022, pour lesquelles plus de 60 millions d’électeurs se sont inscrits. “Les personnes ne devraient pas voter pour des candidats qui… Leggi tutto »
Manila – It is important and necessary to cast one’s own vote according to one’s own conscience: Mgr.Socrates Villegas, Archbishop of Lingayen-Dagupan emphasizes this with a view to the elections on May 9, 2022, for which more than 60 million voters have already registered. “People shouldn’t vote for candidates who offer money to get votes”,… Leggi tutto »
The Lords votes to continue raising pensions with earnings, setting up a Commons vote on the issue.
Conservative MPs are facing a backlash on social media after rejecting tougher sewage protections in the Environment Bill.
Only nine Republicans in the chamber voted to hold Mr Bannon in contempt. from: BBC News
The Human Rights Council in Geneva adopted a resolution to install a special rapporteur and a team of experts to monitor human rights under the Taliban. From: New York Times
The measure passed in both chambers of Congress and now heads to President Biden‘s desk. from: BBC News
from: BBC News Over three quarters of voters approved changes to the total ban on abortion in the European enclave.
The official tally gave a strong parliamentary majority to President Vladimir V. Putin’s United Russia party. Opposition leaders cried foul, pointing to earlier signs of gains. From: New York Times
The ruling sets a precedent for the legalization of abortion nationwide. From: New York Times