They accuse “fraud” of the Open Parliament on Science Act

They accuse “fraud” of the Open Parliament on Science Act

Members of the scientific community have complained about problems with the organization of the open parliament organized in the House of Representatives on the initiative of the Humanities, Science, Technology and Innovation Act introduced by the Executive Branch.

“In fact, this was an entry point into the ‘burden’ of officials of Conasit, an institution that had previously held an exclusive session with members of joint committees,” Fausta Gantos, a researcher at the Mora Institute, said on her Twitter account. .

Gantos also notes that she had a registration page No. 29, but her role was not respected, so she withdrew at 6 pm, after more than 70 people had entered, “among them I don’t know how many Konassits, who had mysteriously ‘registered’ before.”

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For her part, Alma Maldonado, from the Department of Educational Research at the Center for Research and Advanced Studies (Cinevistaff), said that “those who participated in favor of the law, it must be said, brought a script.”

“Everything until in the end they tell us that everything is a smear campaign based on lies against the president’s initiative,” says Brenda Valderrama, a researcher at the Onam University Biotechnology Institute.

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