Your own agenda?
You must have your own perspective.
How influential do you think you can be in changing the policies if everything depends on voluntary cooperation of the ministries? Are there plans of yours that say they just must do?
You said you are not giving and taking orders from the government.
And the question about fake news?
Just like a little more, because that seems quite new, I guess, working in the context of being minister and being so open about it. Did you have some problems?
I also have a follow-up to the media literacy that you had spoke about earlier. We met told us a lot about your news coverage in the election campaign currently. What do you think is to be done, other than media literacy, in order to make kids more sensitive towards ...
About radical transparency that you talked about, could you define what that means to you, and also, whether you faced some opposition while trying to implement radical transparency in your work?