Following the trend of past summers, the Senate’s activity in July was lower than during other months, with only two votings.
No voting took place on the first week as the presidential election was sheduled, the second week however saw two motions proposed. Both signature of a treaty with the Republic of Aswington and implementation of new Senate logo were passed unanimously with 5 supports including the Premier and 18 people absent.
The next week also saw two motions proposed. The Political Party Law, which removes necessity of confirmation of new political parties by the Senate, was passed unanimously with 7 supports including the Premier, while the signature of a treaty with the Federal Qimelian Republic of Mendersia was also passed with 6 supports including the Premier and one oppose. 16 people were absent for the voting. No proposals were submitted for the last week of the month.