[CHAMBER] Ilhas Malvinas Act

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Re: [CHAMBER] Ilhas Malvinas Act

Post by Smyg » 21:10:08 Sunday, 05 November, 2017

The Communist Party of Brazil (4) symbolically votes yes.

To our Argentinian comrades: "Las Malvinas son Argentinas"!

To our British comrades: Reject colonialism - workers of the world, unite!

To the people of Brazil: Viva a América Latina! Morte ao colonialismo!

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Re: [CHAMBER] Ilhas Malvinas Act

Post by Snacks » 21:56:30 Sunday, 05 November, 2017

The Workers & Peasants Bloc (2) will vote yes.

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Re: [CHAMBER] Ilhas Malvinas Act

Post by Flamelord » 22:38:41 Sunday, 05 November, 2017

The Federal Union Party (93) votes No on this bill

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Re: [CHAMBER] Ilhas Malvinas Act

Post by acecipher » 05:37:39 Monday, 06 November, 2017

The Social Democratic Party (27) will split on this bill, seven in favour, five opposed, the rest (15) abstaining.

This is a complicated issue that we do not have an adequate sense of to develop a sensible party platform on the issue; we will require additional time to look into the matter, and with the economic turmoil, we have not had a chance to do such.
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Re: [CHAMBER] Ilhas Malvinas Act

Post by Red John » 15:48:05 Monday, 06 November, 2017

Partido Liberal Democrata (91) - No.

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Re: [CHAMBER] Ilhas Malvinas Act

Post by Luc » 21:51:20 Sunday, 31 December, 2017

Sebastião do Rego Barros, President of the Chamber of Deputies

Due to a large majority, this bill does not pass. It is now henceforth tabled.
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