10th principle of open parliament

Open Parliament is a legislative body that publishes a clear, accessible and transparent informations, which makes it accountable and supports civil control of parliament. It uses information technology to redefine the relationship with civil society, and includes it in the decision-making processes.

Open Parliament means: better representation, better laws, better government and better results. A new relation between citizens and their representatives

1. Full openness and access to parliamentary and legislative informations

2. Publication of information using simple forms and search tools

3. Publication of analysis, discussion and voting of the parliamentary committees and plenary sessions

4. Access for the fourth and transcripts of plenary sessions

5. Publication of detailed informations related to the budget, management, administration and use of funds

6. Publication of detailed information on the representatives (the asset and membership data) 7. Existence of mechanisms for effective control and surveillance of citizens

8. Guaranteed involvement of citizens in the legislative process

9. Advantage of using the open source software and data format that anyone can use

10. Promote legislation that would strengthen the policy of open government

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