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Thursday, 21 September, 2000, 09:10 GMT 10:10 UK
Issues for Plaid to debate
Plaid Cymru's Autumn Conference at Llandudno in north Wales offers the newly elected leader Ieuan Wyn Jones his first major platform as the party's new president.
In his speech, scheduled for Friday. he will be eager to assert his priorities for the party as the general election approaches.
The conference runs from 21-24 September at the North Wales Conference Centre in Llandudno.
1500BST: Training session for new delegates
1530BST: Conference starts
Resolutions include: contaminated land, fox hunting, addition of biomedical scientist in NHS pay review body, early retirement programme for farmers, waste disposal, privatisation of air traffic control
1720BST: Party reports and voting
Resolutions include: Plaid Cymru membership fee, minimum wage, education funding, agriculture and rural development, revitalising local government, occupational pension funds, children and families
1430 BST. Award for exceptional service
1445BST President's Speech
1530BST. Financial Appeal
Resolutions include: Opening Plaid Cymru to young people, health, Higher education strategy, housing
0900 BST Registration
Resolutions include: Racism, special needs education, transport, the establishment of an anti-poverty agency, interest rates, European Union
1130BST Guest speaker from a European sister party and welcoming of guests.
Resolutions include: International trade union solidarity, Non-take-up of benefits, A distinctive educational policy for Wales, the Euro
1535BST Results of Elections
1540BST. End of Conference Address
1100BST " If Not Independence - What? " A discussion on the party's constitutional goal.