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National Council President Stephane Valeri received Minister of State Serge Telle in a first official meeting to discuss important matters in the context of the relationship between the Government and the elected assembly.
It comes just a few days after the first session of the newly elected National Council.
The absolute priority for the new majority is the question of housing. Mr Valeri and Mr Telle will very soon discuss the subject in a full special assembly of Council members, meeting in a Plenary Study Session.
Among the projects on the agenda will be the potential for housing for Monegasques, including in a new commercial centre in Fontvieille. The provision of accommodation for Monegasques in all parts of the Principality is a major preoccupation for the new National Council.
Mr Valeri also asked that the National Council be kept fully informed, as an institutional partner, in every stage of the ongoing negotiations with the European Union.
The meeting, which lasted for more than an hour and a half, also touched on the question of the National Council’s vision for a public and pluralist television service, and on the opening of a debate on the monopoly of Monaco Telecom.
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