Plenary meetings are attended by all Assembly Members and provide one of
the key mechanisms for Members to hold the Welsh Government and
Assembly Commission to account, make laws for Wales and
represent their constituents.
Plenary meetings take place in
the Siambr, the Assembly’s debating chamber, each
Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. Plenary meetings usually begin at
13.30 and are always held in public.
Quick guide -
What is Plenary?
Previous Assembly Business
Twitter: Follow the
Official National Assembly account for Plenary meetings at the
Senedd debating chamber