Entries by Günther Schefbeck

Parliaments in crisis mode (2) – Old wine in new bottles?

When the Covid 19 crisis came, all at once even parliaments that had worked through the Second World War in the hail of bombs no longer seemed to take the continuation of their work for granted. Austrian parliamentarian Günther Schefbeck writes about the role parliaments have to play in such extraordinary crisis situations. Parliament is […]