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5. Participation

5.9 E-participation

Last update: 28 November 2023

There is no information on existing legal frameworks and key policy programmes, projects or initiatives enabling or encouraging young people to participate in political processes electronically.


While implementing the law no. 52/2003 on decisional transparency, all public institutions are accepting suggestions and comments to their published draft legislation via e-mail and online public debates have been organised in 2020 and 2021. In 2016, the Ministry of Youth and Sports used Google Forms to collect such suggestions and comments on the draft amendments to the Youth Law. However, none of these initiatives represents a policy or programme to encourage e-participation on a larger scale.