Siân Gwenllian

Plaid Cymru MS for Arfon

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Plaid Cymru MS for Arfon

Entered the Senedd on 5 May 2016

Recent appearances

  • 2. Business Statement and Announcement 18 Jun 2024

    The unnecessary delay is a major step backwards. I am drawing to a close. Could you please ensure that the amended timetable does allow for the full package of reforms to be implemented and that there should be no rowing back on the pledge made in your programme for government? And I do quote page 7 in your programme for government: 'introduce gender quotas in law.'
  • 2. Business Statement and Announcement 18 Jun 2024

    As chair of the cross-party group on women, I am extremely disappointed that there won't be a Stage 1 debate on the candidates Bill this afternoon, as intended, and that it's been pushed back a month to 16 July. This will mean, of course, that Stage 2 won't be able to start tomorrow and that the whole timetable for the Bill is being pushed back. What will running the clock down mean? Well,...
  • 9. Plaid Cymru Debate: Planning policy for new power lines 12 Jun 2024

    Thank you very much, Dirprwy Lywydd. Ten years ago, the National Grid had the intention of installing a corridor of pylons across Ynys Môn and over the Menai Straits. There was a strong campaign by local people, led by Plaid Cymru, and, in the end, the grid had to accept that it would need to lay the electricity cables under the Menai Straits for the plan to proceed in order to avoid...

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