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Slovak Parliament goes mobile

IN RESPONSE to a growing interest by the public in watching sessions of the Slovak parliament and because of the limited opportunity to attend parliamentary sessions in person, parliament has now made it possible for users of smart phones and other mobile devices to watch parliamentary sessions online, the SITA newswire reported on February 29. Information on the service is available at http://m.nrsr.sk, according to the Office of the Slovak Parliament.

Going digital: the Slovak Parliament(Source: SITA)

IN RESPONSE to a growing interest by the public in watching sessions of the Slovak parliament and because of the limited opportunity to attend parliamentary sessions in person, parliament has now made it possible for users of smart phones and other mobile devices to watch parliamentary sessions online, the SITA newswire reported on February 29. Information on the service is available at http://m.nrsr.sk, according to the Office of the Slovak Parliament.

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