The political scientist Dionis Cenuşă argues that running of the activity of elected of the people through live sessions on social networks seems to be the best way to increase the transparency and nervousness of those working in Parliament.
As TRIBUNA informs, in a post on a social network, Dionis Cenuşă wrote that the continuation of such a practice by Dumitru Alaiba and other deputies in the Bloc could bring some positive consequences.
“Inspiration or coincidence with what the Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan / Նիկոլ Փաշինյան does, but the live sessions made by the representatives of the Bloc NOW can stimulate the attention of citizens and pressure on those in the legislature. Under no circumstances, the use of social networks should not replace the de facto work of the legislature. A “big brother” is needed in the Parliament where citizens have lost hope as an institution, but the focus must remain on improving the quality of the law. We have enough “political” show, “Cenuşă said.
Translator: Mihaela Grosu