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VS’is a textual content which can undeniably depart its mark throughout the presidential majority. Parliament definitively adopted the immigration invoice on Tuesday, December 19, with 349 deputies voting for and 186 towards, after a good vote by the Senate earlier within the night. A victorious epilogue for almost all however carrying severe political penalties.

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Deputies and senators agreed earlier within the day on a standard model of the textual content, after lengthy and tough debates. “The immigration text is definitively voted on. A long fight to better integrate foreigners and expel those who commit acts of delinquency. A strong and firm text. Without the voices of RN deputies,” welcomed the Minister of the Interior, Gérald Darmanin, on the X community (previously Twitter).

Several majority deputies voted towards the invoice

The RN and the appropriate voted for the textual content, the left towards, every group filling up with its votes besides the communist group the place it was one vote brief. The majority, nonetheless, was divided with 20 votes towards and 17 abstentions at Renaissance, 5 votes towards and 15 abstentions at MoDem, and a pair of votes towards at Horizons.

The chief of France Insoumise, Jean-Luc Mélenchon, for his half denounced a “sickening victory” acquired because of the voices of the acute proper. “Without the 88 votes of the RN = 261, less than the absolute majority (which was 265, Editor’s note)! (…) A new political axis has been put in place,” he reacted on elsewhere already introduced.