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Knowledge Is Power. Members of Parliament and Bercy

At first sight unbalanced and technical, the relationship between members of Parliament and Bercy conceals a deeply political factor of influence, i.e. information. While certain institutional, political and cultural factors greatly limit the means at the disposal of the representatives of the nation as to their access to data of public interest or relating to financial and economic evaluation, a transpartisan consensus is emerging regarding the need to establish an “office for the evaluation of public policies” attached to the presidency of the National Assembly. With such a new tool allowing both autonomy and responsibility, the relationship between members of Parliament and Bercy could at last shift from a concerned confrontation to a really open, enlightened and constructive dialogue. What is at stake in this debate is not so much a technical issue than a real democratic struggle.

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Référence électonique : Amélie de MONTCHALIN, "Knowledge Is Power. Members of Parliament and Bercy", Pouvoirs, revue française d’études constitutionnelles et politiques, n°168, 168 - Bercy, p.99-104 . Consulté le 2019-04-21 00:31:13 . URL : https://revue-pouvoirs.fr/Knowledge-Is-Power-Members-of.html