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BUSINESS BULLETIN 58 / 2000

Wednesday 29 March 2000

Section I - Petitions lodged on 20 March 2000

 

  

The following Petitions were lodged with the Parliament on 28 March 2000—

PE149 Petition by Marion Adamson on behalf of Unison Scotland calling for the Scottish Parliament to investigate the plans for car park charging by the Fife Acute Hospitals NHS Trust.

PE150 Petition by Mrs Margaret Campbell calling for the Scottish Parliament to extend the current remit for the Macaulay Land Use Research Institute to include a thorough investigation into the social, economic and environmental significance of the Protection of Wild Mammals (Scotland) Bill for remote communities such as Stratherrick.

PE151 Petition by Mr Stephen Brown calling for the Scottish Parliament to extend the current remit for the Macaulay Land Use Research Institute to include a thorough investigation into the social, economic and environmental significance of the Protection of Wild Mammals (Scotland) Bill for remote communities such as the Borders.

PE152 Petition by Mrs Kirsty Macleod calling for the Scottish Parliament to extend the current remit for the Macaulay Land Use Research Institute to include a thorough investigation into the social, economic and environmental significance of the Protection of Wild Mammals (Scotland) Bill for remote communities such as the Lochaber.

PE153 Petition by Risnidh Mag Aoidh on behalf of The Celtic League calling for the Scottish Parliament to (a) introduce legislation to require local authorities to provide access to Gaelic as a second language where reasonable demands exist; (b) legislate for the provision of suitable causes to allow teachers to gain proficiency in the teaching of Gaelic as a second language; (c) introduce legislation to set up an independent body to monitor local authority Gaelic education development programmes and (d) to include these proposals in the Standards in Scotland’s Schools etc. Bill.

  
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