No. 1




Social Information in the Service of Legislative Development: Situation and Proposals

15 June 2000


RiTo No. 1, 2000

The article proceeds from a survey carried out by the Riigikogu Chancellery to study the opinions of participants in the law-making process regarding the use of social information in the legislative process and the ways of raising effectiveness of legislation with the help of that information.

Developing of specific relationships between the “producers” of information and participants in the legislative process can be distinguished as a central way of promoting the use of social information, this way also determining the role of social information which in turn would incline the activity of the designers of social information in that direction. Giving social information such a role assumes a certain political agreement within the general context of raising the effectiveness of legislation.

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