MPs will be able to discuss and vote from their homes


Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the plenary sessions of the Parliament have been “moved” to the dome hall, where it is easier to maintain a physical distance between the MPs, while the caretaker government making all of its decisions online in the past few months.
“As of September, we will have a fully functional system, both in executive and legislative powers, and we will face the challenge of online work, online decision making, digitalization,” Manchevski said, adding that a platform is being developed from where MPs can work and decide from home or from their offices, which is also a big challenge.

“The parliamentary services are working on this and I hope that no later than the end of September this will become operational,” Manchevski stated Monday, who participated at the informal meeting with MP and VMRO-DPMNE’s secretary for international affairs Timcho Mucunski and Bojan Kordalov, Coordinator of Media and Transparency Program Institute for Good Governance and Euro-Atlantic Perspectives (IDUEP).

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