Together with the European Parliament almost vacant, MEPs have taken Brussels company on the internet.
Euronews talked to MEPs around Europe about how they’re discovering new ways to convey and take decisions about the best way best to take care of the coronavirus fallout.
“We’re holding online office hours, in which my constituency can talk to me. We’ve also in my interpersonal networking platforms have established a COVID-19 collection.
After more than two months of regular parliamentary actions being on hold, an outstanding plenary has been held Thursday, MEPs will not vote with a show of hands or digital ballot in their chairs.
For the first time, a method to vote through email is going to be trialed, in the expectation the pandemic can’t delay democracy.