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Years from now, agirl named AliaJoy will
have a claimtofametotell at summer camp:
She was the first baby to be breast-fed on
the floor of Australia's Parliament.
Her mother is Greens party co-deputy leader
Larissa Waters, who was returning to Parliament
after giving birth to her second child a few weeks
ago, according to The Sydney Morning Herald.
"The milestone comes after Senator Waters
instigated changes to Senate rules last year, ex-
tending rules that already allowed breastfeeding
in the chamber to allow new mums and dads
to briefly care for their infants on the floor of
parliament," The Australian reports.
"The House of Representatives has made
Waters is the first MP to take advantage of the
"Women are going to continue to have babies
and if they want to do their job and be at work
and look after their baby... the reality is we are
going to have to accommodate that," fellow Sen
Katy Gallagher told Sky News.
In 2009, another Greens senator, Sarah Han-
son-Young,brought her two-year-old daughter
into Parliament---and the child was ejected from
the room, according to the Herald.
Last year in Spain, an MP named Carolina Bes-
cansa breast-fed her baby in Parliament. The
acting interior minister called it "lamentable,"
and a socialist MP called it "frankly unnecessary,"
according to the BBC.
In Argentina, by contrast, a congresswoman
breast-fed her child in Parliament in 2015, and
a photo of the moment went viral.
Perhaps the most famous parliamentary baby
belongs to Italian politician Licia Ronzulli, who
first brought her seven-week-old daughter to
European Parliament in September 2010. In the
years since,little Vittoria has been an enthusias-
tic presence, even raising her little toddler arms
Australian senator becomes first
to breast-feed in Parliament
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Australian Greens party Sen Larissa Waters breast-
feeds her baby, Alia Joy, during a session in the
Senate Chamber at Parliament House in Canberra,
Australia, on Tuesday.
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