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Marshalled List of Amendments

Monday 1 June 2020

28 May 2020

Private Members’ Business

 

Item 3: Order Paper 26/17-22 – Monday 1 June 2020

Motion: Planning a Just Economic Recovery after the COVID-19 Crisis

That this Assembly recognises the unprecedented impact the COVID-19 global pandemic is having on our society and economy; commends the invaluable contribution made by our front-line workers who have provided vital service, selflessly, throughout this pandemic; believes that a fair and just economic recovery strategy is required in the aftermath of this crisis; agrees that an economic recovery strategy must not only recognise but also demonstrate that we value our front-line workers and want to protect them, and the most vulnerable, through any impending recession; understands that workers' rights, and public services must be protected; and commits to existing economic challenges being tackled by a just transition to a more high-skilled, regionally balanced and sustainable economy which works for workers, their families, and businesses; and calls on the Executive to ensure that these principles underpin an economic and society-wide recovery.

[Dr Caoimhe Archibald]

[Mr Colm Gildernew]

[Ms Carál Ní Chuilín]

[Mr Declan McAleer]

 

The Speaker has selected the following Amendment for debate –

Amendment 1

Leave out all after ‘fair’ and insert:

“, just and green economic recovery strategy is required in the aftermath of this crisis; agrees that an economic recovery strategy must not only recognise but also demonstrate that we value our front-line workers and want to protect them, and the most vulnerable, through any impending recession; understands that workers' rights and public services must be protected; commits to existing economic challenges being tackled by a just and green transition to a more high-skilled, regionally balanced and sustainable economy which works for workers, their families, and businesses; and calls on the Executive to ensure that these principles underpin an economic and society-wide recovery guided by a social partnership approach involving government, Trade Unions, businesses and the Third Sector.”

[Mr Andrew Muir]

[Mr John Blair]

 

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