The OPORA will present a website where people's representatives will be "in full view"
On Friday, October 18, at 12.00, in Uzhgorod Press Club, there will be the presentation of the site "Rada" to help citizens be more aware of the activities of the Parliament and to facilitate the work of journalists in search of information.
The NGO OPORA created the site "Rada" which summarizes activities of the Parliament. It contains profiles of deputies with background information, ratings of the deputies, number of registered bills, statements and requests. Users can learn about the attendance of plenary and special committee sessions, voting by factions for each bill, minutes of meetings of the parliamentary committees. Thanks to the site, voters will be able to automatically compare voting by factions.
In addition, it is a platform where you can find the latest news from the assembly hall, analytical reports on the Parliament, and all issues of the joint project of the Civic Network and Channel 5 "Dear deputies."
Oleksandr Neberykut, the expert of the OPORA, will present the site and answer the questions of journalists.
The aim of the project is to promote awareness of voters about the activity of the Parliament, to bring together voters and MPs, to instill in the public mind more demanding attitude towards the control of MPs and to encourage the deputies to more organized and conscientious performance of their duties.
The OPORA will also present the analysis of factions' European integration laws support and will tell how majoritarian MPs from Transcarpathia support the adoption of these laws.