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The new Democratic Memory Law passes its first parliamentary examination today | Politics
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The plenary session of Congress debates this Thursday the three total amendments that the PP, Vox and ERC have presented against the Democratic Memory Law in what will be the first parliamentary examination of a norm that arrives late to the Lower House with the aim of improve the 2007 Historical Memory Law.

Although the purpose of the Government was to approve the law throughout 2021, the project has not begun to process in the Lower House until a few weeks ago, and although today it receives the green light to move forward, its final approval is not expected until early 2022.

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