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What data is expected?
Data about the bills discussed within national parliament as well as votings on bills (not to mix with passed national law). Data on bills must be available for the current legislation period. Open data on the law-making process is crucial for parliamentary transparency: What does a bill text say and how does it change over time? Who introduces a bill? Who votes for and against it? Where is a bill discussed next, so the public can participate in debates? This data category draws on work by the National Democratic Institute (NDI) and the Declaration of Parliamentary Openness.
- Content of bill
- Author of bill
- Votes on bill per member of parliament
- Transcripts of debates on bill
- Status of bill
How open is the data?
It's not openly licenced
It's not in an open and machine-readable format
It's not downloadable at once
It's publicly available
It's available free of charge
Data bout drafts of bills is generally available via two portals: Slov-Lex (run by Ministry of Justice) and Portal of National Parliament (run by National Parliament). While Slov-Lex covers almost whole life-cycle of the drafts, it lacks information about voting in parliament, which needs to be looked up in portal of National Parliament (along with transcriptions from debates).
Both information sources lack machine-readable bulk access option and data licensing information.