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UAIREANTA BREITHIÚNAIS: Cinneann Assange’s Future Teeters mar BhreithiĂșna na RA ar Eiseachadadh SAM

UAIREANTA BREITHIÚNAIS: Cinneann Assange’s Future Teeters mar BhreithiĂșna na RA ar Eiseachadadh SAM

- Inniu, cinnfidh beirt bhreithiĂșna mĂłr le rĂĄ Ăł Ard-ChĂșirt na Breataine cinniĂșint Julian Assange, bunaitheoir Wikileaks. Cinnfidh an breithiĂșnas, a bheidh le 10:30 rn GMT (6:30 am ET), an bhfĂ©adfaidh Assange a eiseachadadh chuig SAM a chonspĂłid.

Agus Ă© 52 bliain d’aois, tĂĄ Assange in aghaidh cĂșisimh espiaireachta i MeiriceĂĄ as doicimĂ©id mhĂ­leata rĂșnaicmithe a nochtadh breis agus deich mbliana Ăł shin. Ina ainneoin sin, nĂ­l sĂ© tar Ă©is aghaidh a thabhairt ar a thriail i gcĂșirt i MeiriceĂĄ go fĂłill mar gheall ar Ă©alĂș as an tĂ­r.

Tagann an cinneadh seo ar shĂĄla Ă©isteachta dhĂĄ lĂĄ na mĂ­osa seo caite a d’fhĂ©adfadh a bheith mar thairiscint deiridh Assange chun bac a chur lena eiseachadadh. MĂĄ dhiĂșltaĂ­onn an Ard-ChĂșirt achomharc cuimsitheach, d’fhĂ©adfadh Assange plĂ©adĂĄil dheireanach amhĂĄin a dhĂ©anamh os comhair na CĂșirte EorpaĂ­ um Chearta an Duine.

TĂĄ imnĂ­ ar lucht tacaĂ­ochta Assange go bhfĂ©adfadh rialĂș neamhfhabhrach a eiseachadadh a bhrostĂș. Chuir a cĂ©ile Stella bĂ©im ar an bpointe criticiĂșil seo lena teachtaireacht innĂ© ag rĂĄ “Seo Ă©. CINNEADH AMACH."

BREITHIÚNAS JEFFRIES: Ag moladh Biden, ag cáineadh Poblachtánaigh Maga ‘mífhreagrach’

BREITHIÚNAS JEFFRIES: Ag moladh Biden, ag cáineadh Poblachtánaigh Maga ‘mífhreagrach’

- Mhol Jeffries ceannaireacht an UachtarĂĄin Biden le dĂ©anaĂ­, ag cur bĂ©ime ar a chuid iarrachtaĂ­ seasamh leis an nasc speisialta idir na StĂĄit Aontaithe agus Iosrael. Chuir sĂ© bĂ©im freisin ar thiomantas Biden don ÚcrĂĄin in aghaidh ionsaĂ­ na RĂșise agus an cĂșnamh daonnĂșil a chuir sĂ© ar fĂĄil do na PalaistĂ­nigh in Gaza.

TĂĄ an Teach agus an Seanad rĂ©idh le dul ar aghaidh faoi threoir Biden, a dĂșirt Jeffries. Mar sin fĂ©in, ghĂ©ill sĂ© do Phoblachtaigh mhĂłra MAGA as a n-iarrachtaĂ­ lĂ­omhnaithe cĂșnamh a cheangal le hIosrael le linn na coinbhleachta. DĂșirt Jeffries go raibh an t-aistriĂș seo “mĂ­fhreagrach,” agus iad ĂĄ gcĂșisiĂș as leithlisiĂș polaitiĂșil.

D’iarr Jeffries go ndĂ©anfaĂ­ athbhreithniĂș cuimsitheach ar phacĂĄiste molta an UachtarĂĄin Biden, agus luaigh sĂ© an aerĂĄid dhomhanda contĂșirteach atĂĄ ann faoi lĂĄthair. ChĂĄin sĂ© an rud a fheictear dĂł mar chluichĂ­ pĂĄirtĂ­neach a imrĂ­onn PoblachtĂĄnaigh mhĂłra MAGA. DĂșirt Jeffries go raibh a gcuid gnĂ­omhartha “mĂ­-ĂĄdhĂșil” le linn na trĂ©imhse dĂșshlĂĄnaĂ­ seo.

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Oibrithe FAST FOOD California le bheith ag Tuilleamh $20 in aghaidh na Uair: Bua nĂł TragĂłid?

- California’s recent decision to increase the minimum wage for fast food workers to $20 per hour, starting next year, has sparked debate. The state’s Democratic leaders have endorsed this law, recognizing that these workers often serve as the main breadwinners in low-income households. From April 1 onwards, these employees will enjoy the highest base salary in their industry.

Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom signed this law at a Los Angeles event filled with jubilant workers and labor leaders. He dismissed the notion that fast food jobs are merely stepping stones for teenagers entering the workforce as a "romanticized version of a world that doesn’t exist.” He argues that this wage hike will reward their efforts and stabilize an uncertain industry.

This legislation mirrors the growing influence of labor unions in California. These unions have been rallying fast food workers to demand better wages and improved working conditions. In exchange for increased pay, unions are dropping attempts to hold fast food corporations liable for franchise operators' misconducts. The industry has also agreed not to push a worker wages-related referendum onto the 2024 ballot.

Service Employees International Union International President Mary Kay Henry stated that this law is a decade-long effort involving 450 strikes statewide over two years. However, critics question whether such significant wage hikes could potentially hurt small businesses and result in