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The House attempts to… streamlined

In the long-term weakness of the members of the national delegation to do what is done in all the advanced parliaments, i.e. the right to vote electronic bills, the “solution” that gets invited to today is the replacement of the existing system of electronic voting in the Plenary of the House! The theme seems to be “for laughter and for tears,” and in any case is costly. The president of the Parliament. Βούτσης heralded the replacement of the conference system, including the electronic voting system in the Plenary hall.As is well known, the passage of the Greek Parliament in… the electronic age began during the presidency of Apostolos Kaklamanis – whose term of office expired pre δωδεκαετίας: in March of 2004. Since then passed by the Greek Parliament, six presidents. Purchased systems, maintained every year, supplied to members during times of special cards, were rehearsed, were –failed twice– efforts for electronic voting, and now again from the beginning. No one knows yet how much will be the cost of purchasing a new system (which, as it is called, will include screens through which the members would see the bill) which is designed towards be mounted and put into operation in 2017.In May 2014 it became known that the technical preparation of the system that was placed had been completed and that the next, then summer classes would make a trial application. In March of that year became a “dress rehearsal” with volunteers, members, and participation and employees of the House.As noted above, the existing system is “tested” ημιεπισήμως up to now two times: (A) July 2014 – Bill of the ministry of Justice for the C type prisons”. The then vice-president Ch. Greece was heard to say in front of the observed chaos: “These tools have informed me that they don’t work. What about you guys?”. (B) February of the same year. Anti-racist draft law.That vote was characterized as “trial” and was done in parallel with the “traditional” oral vote. Then, well, another result showed that the electronic (56 Yes, 10 No, 29 Present – i.e. a total of 95) and the other is the “traditional” (58 Yes, 10 No, 31 Present). And somewhere in there, the efforts to modernise were abandoned.Source

In the long-term weakness of the members of the national delegation to do what is done in all the advanced parliaments, i.e. the right to vote electronic bills, the “solution”…
qualifies today is the replacement of the existing system of electronic voting in the Plenary of the House! The theme seems to be “for laughter and for tears,” and in any case is costly. The president of the Parliament. Βούτσης heralded the replacement of the conference system, including the electronic voting system in the Plenary hall.
As is well known, the passage of the Greek Parliament in… the electronic age began during the presidency of Apostolos Kaklamanis – whose term of office expired pre δωδεκαετίας: in March of 2004. Since then passed by the Greek Parliament, six presidents. Purchased systems, maintained every year, supplied to members during times of special cards, were rehearsed, were –failed twice– efforts for electronic voting, and now again from the beginning. No one knows yet how much will be the cost of purchasing a new system (which, as it is called, will include screens through which the members would see the bill) which is designed towards be mounted and put into operation in 2017.
In May 2014 it became known that the technical preparation of the system that was placed had been completed and that the next, then summer classes would make a trial application. In March of that year became a “dress rehearsal” with volunteers, members, and participation and employees of the House.
As noted above, the existing system is “tested” ημιεπισήμως up to now two times: (A) July 2014 – Bill of the ministry of Justice for the C type prisons”. The then vice-president Ch. Greece was heard to say in front of the observed chaos: “These tools have informed me that they don’t work. What about you guys?”. (B) February of the same year. Anti-racist draft law.
That vote was characterized as “trial” and was done in parallel with the “traditional” oral vote. Then, well, another result showed that the electronic (56 Yes, 10 No, 29 Present – i.e. a total of 95) and the other is the “traditional” (58 Yes, 10 No, 31 Present). And somewhere in there, the efforts to modernise were abandoned.
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