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France’s National Assembly on Tuesday canceled plans for an upcoming parliamentary debate on whether to introduce class action lawsuits into the French legal system, putting the reform into question.

The bill was to have been debated starting Feb. 6, but leading lawmakers slashed it from the schedule, citing a time crunch. Parliament is working overtime to push through legislation before the end of February, when parliamentary sessions close before France’s presidential and legislative elections later this year.

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