Petitions Committee - Fourth Assembly

20 October 2015

2.1
P-04-653 Ban the Use of Wild Animals in Circuses in Wales
3.1
P-04-564 Restoration of Inpatient Beds, Minor Injuries Cover and X-Ray Unit to the Ffestiniog Memorial Hospital
3.2
P-04-466 Medical Emergency - Preventing the introduction of a poorer Health Service for North Wales
3.3
P-04-479 Tywyn Memorial Hospital X-ray & Minor Injuries Unit Petition
3.4
P-04-494 Robotic assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy must be made available to men in Wales now
3.5
P-04-603 Helping Babies Born at 22 Weeks to Survive
3.6
P-04-630 Facebook Regulations for Looked after Children
3.7
P-04-540 Stop Sexism In Domestic Abuse
3.8
P-04-631 Save our service- Large Animal Rescue in North Wales
3.9
P-04-511 Support for children and young people participation standards
3.10
P-04-399 Slaughter Practices
3.11
P-04-433 CCTV in Slaughterhouses
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Consideration of Oral Evidence under Agenda Item 4
The Petitions Committee was established on 15 June 2011. Its role is to consider all admissible petitions that are submitted by the public. Petitions must be about issues that the National Assembly has powers to take action on. The petitions process enables the public to highlight issues and directly influence the work of the National Assembly. Its specific functions are set out in Standing Order 23.
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