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The Hellenic Parliament’s e-response to pandemic

Virtual conference, Argentina, 27 July 2020
Parliaments in the face of the COVID-19
Pandemic. The phenomenon of the acceleration of e-Parliament.

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The Hellenic Parliament’s e-response to pandemic

  1. 1. The Hellenic Parliament’s e-response to pandemic Dr. Fotis Fitsilis Head of Scientific Documentation & Supervision Scientific Service – Hellenic Parliament 27 July 2020
  2. 2. 2 Line of thought  Timeline  Legal grounds  Measures, digital /non-digital  The next day  Theoretical approach
  3. 3. 3 Basic timeline 25 February: First Executive Order by Greek government 12 March: Conference of Parliamentary Chairmen convened 2 April: Hellenic Parliament ratifies 25/2 order by law Till 1 June: Postal voting allowed
  4. 4. 4 Legal grounds  Greek Constitution: art. 44  Executive Orders by the President of the Republic  Need to be ratified by parliament within 40 days  Standing Orders: art. 13-14 / art. 38  Law 4682/2020 “Urgent measures to avoid and limit the spread of the corona virus”
  5. 5. 5 General measures  Adjustment of parliamentary work to social distancing  Set an example for society  Plenary: limited presence and speaking time  Standing committees: continued working  Special permanent committees: mostly suspended  Parliamentary control: limited to once a week  Administration: safety personnel
  6. 6. 6 Digital Transformation I  Extension of teleconferencing facilities to plenary hall  Activated teleconferencing for standing committees  Limited use of teleconferencing by special permanent committees  Electronic submission of parliamentary control means
  7. 7. 7 Digital Transformation II  Parliamentary administrators: safety personnel only  Rest switched to home office / VPN access  No disruption in Scientific Service operations  Introducing and planning of new services:  Speech recognition for semi-automatic minutes  Digital signatures for MPs  Cyber security and collaboration infrastructure
  8. 8. 8 Follow-up discussion  Pandemic sped up digital transformation, but…  What happens if it strikes again?  Sustainability of solutions  link to Agenda 2030  Global knowledge base  The role of stakeholders
  9. 9. 9 What has really happened?  In need of a theory …  Democratic principle and the role of parliaments  Organizational transformation / management  Crisis / change management  Evaluation during crisis could be biased
  10. 10. 10 Thank you! fitsilisf@parliament.gr https://fitsilis.gr

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