Prison and policing powers should be devolved to Assembly say Lib Dems.
PRISONS and policing policy should be devolved to the Welsh Assembly, the Liberal Democrats have said.
The party have made the call in their submissions to the Silk Commission, which is currently looking at weather more powers should be given to Cardiff Bay.
In their evidence, the party said the proposals would bolster the strength of the Assembly and move it towards a proper parliament in Wales.
Welsh leader Kirsty Williams said: "I am immensely proud of the Welsh Liberal Democrats' strong held belief of securing home rule for Wales and I believe our submission today follows in that tradition.
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"The Welsh Liberal Democrats were instrumental in establishing the Silk Commission as we believe Wales must have a proper functioning parliament.
"Our proposals today would make a giant step towards achieving that goal."
Among other proposals put forward by the party were the power to alter arrangements for local elections, including the ability to lower the voting age to 16 and powers over the regulation of broadcasting.